The Department of Medical Science faculty cheered on the Class of 2021 during an extraordinary celebration at the White Coat and Commencement ceremonies on May 20. In total, 99 students graduated from the program in 2021 during a year of postponed clinical rotations and online learning....
Physician Assistant (PA) students and faculty from both the Christiana, Del. and Glenside, Pa. campuses competed in the 19th annual PA Olympics on April 10.
Hannah Middlestadt ’22, of the Christiana campus, and Sally Anderson ’22, of the Glenside campus, served as student representatives for the...
By Felicia Hall '19
Physician Assistant (PA) students and faculty from both the Christiana, Del. and Glenside campuses competed at the 16th Annual PA Olympics at Bamboo Gardens in Vincetown, N.J. on April 14.
Nearly 600 students and faculty from PA programs at seven Philadelphia schools...
Daniel Pavlik, MSPAS, PA-C, Michael Huber, MMS, PA-C, DFAAPA, and Melissa Justice, assistant professors in the Department of Medical Science and Community Health, had their article, “A young woman with numbness in her feet,” published in the Journal of the American Association of Physician...
Michael Huber, MMS, PA-C, DFAAPA, assistant professor and Director of Outreach in the Department of Medical Science, received the Partnership Award at the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Education Forum this October in Minneapolis. This national award recognizes an individual...
Michael L. Huber, MMS, PA-C, DFAAPA, assistant professor and academic coordinator of the Physician Assistant (PA) program, received the National Physician Assistant Mentor Award at the 2015 American Academy of Physician Assistants conference in San Francisco, May 23-27. The award recognizes one...
Daniel Pavlik, Michael Huber, and Melissa Justice, assistant professors in the Department of Medical Science and Community Health, had their article, “Case Report: A Young Woman Presenting with Numbness in her Feet,” accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Association of Physician...
Michael L. Huber, MMS, 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-seven 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 and service to the profession. 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.
He has received national recognition on three occasions by receiving both the President's Award and the Physician Assistant Student Mentor Award from the Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. These prestigious awards recognize a Physician Assistant who has demonstrated exemplary service to physician assistant students and has furthered the leadership, education and professional development of physician assistant students. He also was a receiving member of the Partnership Award from the Physician Assistant Education Association for his numerous years of charity collaboration work with several local PA programs. This national award recognizes an individual or institution that provides support to one or more PA programs and that has made a noteworthy contribution to PA education.
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 underserved populations through his leadership in organizing ongoing interdisciplinary medical brigades and surgical mission trips to Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, and Nicaragua.
Master of Medical Science , Major in Physician Assistant Studies
Bachelor of Science, Major in Physician Assistant Studies
Bachelor of Science, Major in Hotel Administration
Minor in Food and Beverage Management
Author • 2017
Developing Physician Assistant Leaders: A Collaborative Approach
Other, 2017 PAEA Education Forum
Co-Authored with Mount C, Cafaro D, Patrone A, Clancy R
Co-Author • 2016
A Young Woman Presenting with Numbness in her Feet
Article, Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Co-Authored with Pavlik D., Justice, M.
Co-Author • 2013
A New Approach to Clinical Education during the Didactic Year of Physician Assistant Education
Other, American Academy of Physician Assistant Impact Conference
Co-Authored with Smith J.
Co-Presentor • 2013
Using Instructional Technology as a Means to Facilitate Integration of Medicine and Physical Diagnosis Course Content in First-Year PA Curriculum
Other, Physician Assistant Education Forum
Co-Authored with Noller D.
Author • 2013
Medical Interview and Counseling Skills/Physical Diagnosis Training Manual
Producer • 2012
2 Training Videos - The Pediatric Infant Assessment, The Adolescent Assessment
Other, Perlow Productions
Co-Authored with Agnew D.
Co-Presenter • 2010
Dealing with the Difficult Patient and Difficult Patient Conversations
Other, Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants
Co-Authored with Paulk D.
Author and Producer • 2001
Educational Video - How to Develop and Facilitate an Evidence-Based Medicine Format for Clinical Seminars
1995-2001 Medical Research Reviewer - Fact Flow Research - compiled and reviewed patient charts for ongoing HIV/AIDS study, studying the effectiveness of current HIV/AIDS medications and combination strategies
1999 Research Coordinator - Mayfair Chiropractic Center - a study comparing the absorbent costs of pharmacologic management to successful non-pharmacologic alternative therapy, for the treatment of diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidema, hypertension, and major depression; to justify alternative therapy costs reimbursement from managed healthcare providers
1996-1997 Co-Investigator - Chiron Technology Center for Gene Therapy, Immune Response Corporation - conducted several Phase II and Phase III clinical trials on multiple HIV therapies and CD4 T-lymphocyte responses to HIV-1
1995-1996 Co-Investigator - Merck & Company, Inc. - an open label study to monitor the safety and tolerability of Crixivan as a mono-therapy or in combination with reverse transcriptase inhibitor therapy for the treatment of HIV-1
1995-1996 Co-Investigator - Immunobiology Research Institute - double-blind study Timunox in asymptomatic HIV-1 infected patients receiving either monotheraphy (AZT, ddI, D4T, or 3TC) or in combination (AZT/ddI or AZT/ddC)