Michael L. Huber, M.M.S., PA-C, DFAAPA, received his Bachelor of Science degrees from Cornell University and Hahnemann University before receiving his Master of Medical Science degree from Saint Francis University to become a Physician Assistant.
He brings to Arcadia University over twenty years of experience in medical education and program administration. Previously he was afforded the opportunity to develop two other local PA programs. His dedication to physician assistant education has led him to receive both institutional and national awards for outstanding teaching. His distinguished achievements in leadership, research, service, and international contributions to teaching and exchange, has granted him membership into the Pi Alpha National Honor Society and the Pi Alpha National Honor Society for Physician Assistants. He was a member of a team involved in the promotion and development of the physician assistant model in South Africa. He has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physicians for his outstanding service to the physician assistant profession, his commitment to advancing global health care, and his exemplary personal and professional development.
His experience includes a diverse clinical background in internal medicine, infectious disease and HIV/AIDS management, counseling, and research. He is the founder and President of the Arcadia Global Brigades Chapter. He remains involved with organizations such as MedEvent, Action AIDS, the Mazzoni Center and many other community outreach programs. He continues his passion in working with underserviced populations through his leadership in organizing interdisciplinary medical brigades and surgical mission trips to Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, and Nicaragua.