Diana Taylor Noller, MMS, PA-C
Clinical Coordinator (Delaware)
Diana T. Noller, PA-C, is an Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant
Program at Arcadia University and the Associate Director of the Christiana
campus. She teaches graduate courses in physical diagnosis, medicine and
surgery. She is the Christiana campus site administrator and oversees the
Graduate Assistants for the PA program at the campus as well. Prior to joining the PA Program as full time
faculty in 2009, she taught as an adjunct instructor for several years.
Mrs. Noller earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Marketing and
International Business at The College of New Jersey. She then went on to
graduate summa cum laude from Thomas Jefferson University, earning a Master of
Science in Physical Therapy. Her most rewarding work as a Physical Therapist
was at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia where she helped
rehabilitate children with musculoskeletal and spinal cord
injuries. After working for a number of years as a physical therapist,
Diana returned to academia and graduated with honors from Arcadia University,
earning a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Her experience as a Physician Assistant is in
the field of orthopedic surgery.
Mrs. Noller is a member of Phi Alpha, the National Honor Society for
Physician Assistants. Her peer-reviewed publications include articles in The
Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and Clinician
Review. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician
Assistants and the Physician Assistant Education Association. She has presented
at the national Physician Assistant Education Association annual conference.
Her interests include integrating instructional technology into physician
assistant education and improving upon awareness and detection of childhood
mental illness in primary care settings.