Curriculum vitae michael L. Huber, mms, pa-c, dfaapa



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CURRICULUM VITAE
MICHAEL L. HUBER, MMS, PA-C, DFAAPA
Home Address 1352 South Street

Unit 416


Philadelphia, PA 19147

267-239-5145


Office Address Arcadia University

Physician Assistant Program

Department of Medical Science and Community Health

Glenside, PA 19038

215-572-2087
E-mail huberm@arcadia.edu
Date and Place of Birth 10 July 1957, Schenectady, NY
EDUCATION

1999 – 2001 Saint Francis University



Master of Medical Science, May 2001

Master of Medical Science Program

Loretto, PA

1992 – 1994 Hahnemann University



Bachelor of Science, August 1994

Physician Assistant Program

Philadelphia, PA

1977 – 1979 Cornell University



Bachelor of Science, January 1980

School of Hotel Administration

Ithaca, NY

1975 – 1977 St. Lawrence University



Course work in Counseling, Psychology, Chemistry and Economics

Canton, NY



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Administrative


2009 – Present ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Arcadia University

Physician Assistant Program – Department of Medical Science and Community Health

Glenside, PA



  • Responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of integrative didactic curriculum for both campuses of the program

  • Responsible for maintaining program curriculum in compliance with Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) Standards

  • Developed international and domestic urban and rural clinical sites


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE – continued

Administrative

2006 – 2009 ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Salus University

Physician Assistant Program – College of Health Sciences

Philadelphia, PA

2000 – 2005 ASSISTANT CHAIR

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Department of Physician Assistant Studies

Philadelphia, PA

1999 – 2000 DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC STUDIES AND SERVICES

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Department of Physician Assistant Studies

Philadelphia, PA
1997 – 1999 DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL STUDIES AND SERVICES

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Department of Physician Assistant Studies

Philadelphia, PA


Clinical Practice

2006 – Present COUNSELOR

Mazzoni Center

HIV Prevention and Public Health

Philadelphia, PA
1999 – 2000 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital

Internal Medicine

Miriam Elmaieh, MD

Philadelphia, PA

1996 – 1997 DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL RESEARCH

Lombard Medical Associates

John L. Turner, MD, Robert S. Rudenstein, MD

Philadelphia, PA


  • Directed and managed all HIV/AIDS clinical research trials for a large Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease practice


1995 1997 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT


Lombard Medical Associates

Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease

John L. Turner, MD, Robert S. Rudenstein, MD

Philadelphia, PA




1994 1995 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT


Hahnemann University Hospital

Department of Employee and Student Health

Ellen Feld, MD

Philadelphia, PA



Clinical Trials and Studies

1995 – 2001 Medical Research Reviewer

Compile and review patient charts for ongoing HIV/AIDS study studying the effectiveness of current HIV/AIDS drugs and combination strategies

Sponsor: Fact Flow Research


1999 Research Coordinator


A study comparing the absorbent costs of pharmacologic management to successful non-pharmacologic alternative therapy, for the treatment of diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and major depression, to justify alternative therapy costs reimbursement from managed healthcare providers

Project Coordinator: Larry Moses, DC

Sponsor: Mayfair Chiropractic Center
1996 – 1997 Co-Investigator

A Phase II, double-blind, placebo controlled study of combination drug anti-retroviral therapy to include a reverse transcriptase inhibitor and a protease inhibitor plus HIV-IT (V) or placebo in HIV-1 infected patients with CD4 count greater than or equal to 100, and HIV-RNA greater than or equal to 1K, but less than or equal to 10 K

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Chiron Technologies - Center for Gene Therapy


1996 – 1997 Co-Investigator

A non-comparative, multi-site, open-label, expanded access program of Viracept 

(Nelfinavir Mesylate) to make treatment available to immunocompromised patients with HIV-1 infection who are unable to take other approved protease inhibitors

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Agouron Pharmaceuticals
1996 – 1997 Co-Investigator

An expanded access open-label compassionate use protocol of Remune in HIV-1 infected patients with CD4 lymphocytes less than 300 cells/L

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Immune Response Corporation


1996 – 1997 Co-Investigator

An expanded access open-label compassionate use protocol of Remune in HIV-1 infected patients with CD4 T-lymphocytes greater than 550 cells/L

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Immune Response Corporation


1996 – 1997 Co-Investigator

A multicenter, double-blind, phase III adjuvant controlled study of the effect of 10 units of HIV-1 Immunogen, and IFA alone every three months of AIDS free survival in subjects with HIV-1 infection and CD4 T-lymphocytes between 300 and 549 cells/L regardless of concomitant HIV therapy

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Immune Response Corporation


1995 – 1996 Co-Investigator

A non-comparative, multi-site, open-label, study to monitor the safety and tolerability of Crixivan (Indinavir Sulfate) 800mg q8h administrated as mono-therapy or in combination with reverse transcriptase inhibitor therapy for the treatment of HIV-1 infected patients with CD4 lymphocytes of 50 cells/L or less

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Merck & Company, Inc.




PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE – continued

Clinical Trials and Studies

1995 - 1996 Co-Investigator


A double-blind, placebo controlled study Timunox (Thymopentin) in asymptomatic

HIV-1 infected patients receiving either monotherapy (AZT, ddI, d4T or 3TC) or in combination (AZT/ddI or AZT/ddC) or other FDA approved antiretroviral therapy

Principal Investigator: John L. Turner, MD

Sponsor: Immunobiology Research Institute


FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

2009 – Present ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Arcadia University

Physician Assistant Program – Department of Medical Science and Community Health

Glenside, PA

2006 – 2009 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Salus University (formerly Pennsylvania College of Optometry)

Physician Assistant Program – College of Health Sciences

Philadelphia, PA
2005 – 2006 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

2000 – 2005 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

1997 – 2000 INSTRUCTOR

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Department of Physician Assistant Studies

Philadelphia, PA


1997 – 2006 INSTRUCTOR

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

Department of Physician Assistant Studies

Philadelphia, PA


1994 – 1996 CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR

MCP/Hahnemann University

Physician Assistant Program

Philadelphia, PA

1993 – 1996 TUTOR

Hahnemann University

Tutoring Program, Student Affairs

Philadelphia, PA



COURSE DEVELOPMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Graduate

2009 – Present Course Coordinator – Professional Practice I, Clinical Diagnostics, Community Health & Wellness, Medical, Law and Ethics, Surgery, Physical Diagnosis I & II, Clinical Skills

2008 – 2009 Course Facilitator – Clinical Problem Solving I, II & III (PBL Case Format)

2006 – 2009 Course Co-Director – Clinical Assessment I & II (Medical Terminology, Medical History Taking, HENT, Lungs, Heart, Abdomen, Male Genitalia, and Neurologic Assessment)

2006 – 2009 Course Director – Clinical Medicine I, II & III (Endocrine, Pulmonology, Cardiology, ENT, Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology)

2006 – 2009 Course Liaison – Physiology and Pathophysiology I, II, & III

2006 – Present Course Liaison – Behavioral Science I & II (Behavioral Counseling, LGBT Health Issues, Coming Out, Death & Dying, Hospice and Palliative Care, Cultural Diversity, Alien Project)

2006 – 2009 Course Liaison – Pharmacology and Clinical Therapeutics I, II, & III


COURSE DEVELOPMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE – continued


Graduate

2006 – 2009 Course Co-Director – Advanced Clinical Skills I (IV’s, Venipuncture, Injections, ABG’s, NG Tube Intubation, Male and Female Urinary Catheterization) 2006 – 2008 Course Liaison – Gross Anatomy

2003 – 2006 Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry (Death & Dying, Grief & Loss, LGBT Health Issues,)

1998 – 2006 Course Director – History Taking and Physical Examination (Medical Terminology, Medical History Taking, HENT, Lungs, Heart, Abdomen, Male Genitalia, and Neurologic Assessment)

1998 – 2006 Course Facilitator – Clinical Seminar (PBL Case Format)

1998 – 2004 Course Director – Community Health Service I (Hospice and Palliative Care, Rural and Underserved Medicine, and Development of Community Health Internship Program)

1998 – 2000 Principles and Fundamentals of Preceptorships I & II (Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Modules)

Undergraduate

1996 – 2000 Co-Director – Clinical Skills for Pharmacy Practitioners (HENT, Lungs, Heart, Abdomen, Neurologic Assessment)

1996 – 2000 Physician Assistant Orientation I & II (Medical Terminology, Medical History Taking, Vitals and General Survey, PA Role & History)

1994 – 1997 Lab Facilitator – Physical Diagnosis 1994 – 1996 Medical Physiology (Cardiovascular, Gastrointestinal, Lymphatic, Endocrine Systems)



UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

Arcadia University

2012 – Present First-year Faculty Mentor

2010 – 2013 Judicial Board Committee
Salus University

2009 – 2010 Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

2008 – 2009 Committee Chair – Middle States Commission on Higher Education

2007 – 2009 Grievance Committee

2007 – 2009 Faculty Council

2006 – 2009 Physician Assistant Admissions Committee

2006 – 2009 Curriculum Committee

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

2005 – 2006 Chair – Graduate Programs Admissions Committee

2004 – 2005 Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

2003 – 2006 Academic Planning and Budget

2003 – 2006 Honors and Awards Committee

2002 – 2006 Faculty Advisor – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and People in Medicine Club

2002 – 2006 Focus Group Representative on Faculty Review Committee for 2003 Middle States Accreditation

2002 – 2006 Committee and Committees

2000 – 2001 Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

1999 – 2002 Academic Policy and Promotion Committee




DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

Arcadia University


2010 – Present Curriculum Review Committee

2009 – Present Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

2009 – Present Faculty Advisor – SAAAPA Student PA Society

Physician Assistant Admission Committee

2011 – 2013 International Review Committee
DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS – continued

Salus University

2006 – 2009 Faculty Advisor – SAAAPA Student PA Society

2006 – 2007 Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine


2004 – 2006 Chair – Physician Assistant Admission Committee

1999 – 2006 Co-Chair – Graduate School Commencement Planning Committee

1999 – 2006 Chair – Physician Assistant Honors and Awards Committee

1998 – 2006 Faculty Advisor – SAAAPA Student PA Society and PA Club

2000 – 2004 Co-Chair – Physician Assistant Curriculum Committee

2000 – 2004 Chair – Physician Assistant Alumni Committee

2000 – 2001 Presidential Inauguration Committee

2000 – 2001 Physician Assistant Program Accreditation and Self-Study Committee


1998 – 1999 Physician Assistant Program Provisional Accreditation and Self-Study Committee

1997 2000 Chair Advisory Committee Physician Assistant Program

1997 – 2000 Chair – Physician Assistant Program Advisory Committee

GRANT WRITING


2015 Granter: Physician Assistant Foundation

Title: Global Outreach Humanitarian Assistance Grant



Desription: The grants are intended to promote sustainable development in the areas of healthcare and health education for population and communities in need. Funding is provided for projects that enhance or expand existing progrmas and provide the participating PAs and students an invaluable learning experience in healthcare delivery, leadership and project manangement

Grantee: Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program

Grant: Grant submitted for $14,660
2013 Granter: Viro Pharma Inc.

Title: Project to enhance and expand existing programs and provide participating PAs and PA students an invaluable learning experience in healthcare delivery, leadership and project management in underserved areas of developing countries.

Grantee: Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program

Grant: Grant funded for $4,000
Granter: Physician Assistant Foundation

Title: Global Outreach Humanitarian Assistance Grant

Description: Project to promote sustainable development in the areas of healthcare and health education for populations and communities in need, involving PAs and PA students in humanitarian activities designed to improve the quality of life in underserved areas of developing countries and the United States.

Grantee: Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program

Grant: Educational training grant submitted for the amount of $10,000
2010 Granter: The American International Health Alliance (AIHI)

Title: Partnership to Increase the Number of Mid-level Medical Professionals in South Africa by Strengthening University of Pretoria Clinical Associates Program

Grantee: Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program

Grant: $200,000 initial 12-month period funded with renewal annually, based on partnership performance and funding availability
2009 Granter: The American International Health Alliance (AIHI)

Title: Partnership to Increase the Number of Mid-level Medical Professionals in South Africa by Strengthening Walter Sisulu University’s Clinical Associates Program

Grantee: Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program

Grant: $200,000 initial 12-month period renewal annually, based on partnership performance and funding availability

  1. Grantor: Bureau of Health Professions

Title: Grants for Physician Assistant Training

Grantee: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Grant: 3-year HRSA Grant funded in the amount of $445,744


  1. Grantor: Pfizer Pharmaceuticals

Title: Pfizer Visiting Professorships in Health Literacy

Grantee: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine


Grant: Educational training grant submitted for the amount of $7,500


PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS


2014 Case Report

Pavlik D, Huber M, Justice M. Case Report: A Young Woman Presenting with Numbness in her Feet.  Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.  In press.

Abstract

Huber, M.L., Smith, J., Medical Care for Panama: A New Approach to Clinical Education during the Didactic Year of Physician Assistant Education (Poster Abstract), American Academy of Physician Assistants Impact Conference, Boston, MA 2014.

2013 Conference Presentation

Huber ML, Noller D. “Using Instructional Technology as a Means to Facilitate Integration of Medicine and Physical Diagnosis Course Content in First-Year PA Curriculum” 2013 Physician Assistant Education Forum, Memphis, TN. October 16-20, 2013.


2013 Consulting Project

Wrote a Medical Interview and Counseling Skills/Physical Diagnosis Training Manual for Ohio Dominican University (ODU) PA Program August 2013. Designed and facilitated a 2-day Physical Diagnosis training program for new PA Faculty at ODU


2012 Educational Videos

Huber, ML (Producer), Agnew, D.(Writer), The Pediatric Infant Assessment (Video). 2012. Philadelphia, PA: Perlow Productions

Huber, ML(Producer), Agnew, D. (Writer), The Adolescent Assessment (Video), 2012. Philadelphia, PA: Perlow Productions
2010 Conference Presentation

Huber ML. “Dealing with the Difficult Patient and Difficult Patient Conversations” Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants 35th Annual CME Conference, Harrisburg, PA. October 27-30, 2010,


2010 Participated in writing sections of the ARC-PA Accreditation Self-Study Report for the Arcadia Physician Assistant Program
2009 Huber, M. L., (2009). Finding your “Heart” again in healthcare. Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistant News Bulletin, 30-31.
2004 – 2006 Peer Reviewer

ADVANCE for Physician Assistants


2001 Educational Video

Developed and produced a video presentation that has been used for nationally in Physician Assistant Programs for faculty development on the subject of “How to Develop and Facilitate an Evidence-based Medicine Format for Clinical Seminars”.
VOLUNTEER WORK

2015 Volunteer Committee Member - Elixir: the Cure for the Common Gala



Managed volunteers and participated in an event that raises funds to support the Mazzoni Center’s programs and services in health, wellness, education, and outreach programming for youth.  The Mazzoni Center provides medical care, counseling programs, and testing to over 4,500 patient in the Philadelphia area annually

Brigade President - Medical and Public Health Global Brigade

In conjunction with Global Brigades International, organized a 73 interdisciplinary medical and public health team with Arcadia University for a one-week medical and public health brigade to Abyssinia, Nicaragua. The brigade provided primary care, dental, and optical care to 1253 local residents in need and addressed public health needs for their community
2014 Brigade President Medical Global Brigade

Global Brigades International



In conjunction with Global Brigades International, organized a 65 interdisciplinary clinical team through Arcadia University and Penn State Hershey College of Medicine for a one-week medical brigade to Esteli, Nicaragua. The brigade provided primary care, dental, and optical care to 1277local residents in need
2013 – Present Physician Assistant Volunteer – MedEvent

Participates as part of a medical team that provide emergency medical services for large LGBT fundraiser and entertainment events throughout the country

2013 Brigade President - Medical Global Brigade



Developed a Chapter of the Global Brigades International at Arcadia University and then organized a 26 people, clinician/PA student, one-week medical brigade to Darien province in Panama. The brigade provided primary care, dental, and optical care to 322 local residents in need

Physician Assistant Volunteer – Surgical Mission Trip

Through the University of Pennsylvania participated in a one-week medical mission to Santiago Antilan, Guatemala providing internal medicine and general surgery service to 53 local residents in need
2009 and 2011 Physician Assistant Volunteer – Surgical Mission Trip

Through the Evangelistic International Ministries participated in a one-week medical and surgical mission to Sula, Honduras providing internal medicine and general surgery service to over 70 local residents in need each year

2003 – 2005 Committee Member – Sapphire Fund



Sapphire Fund was established in 2002 to support the efforts of organizations contributing to the health and well-being of Philadelphia's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community and those who support them

Committee Chair – Blue Ball

Blue Ball



A Sapphire Fund annual event whose proceeds provides resources and funding for new projects and organizations that are designed to have a positive impact on the GLBT community

1998 – 2006 Medical Advisor and Committee Member – Camp Bright Feathers and Camp No Worries



Specialty HIV and cancer summer camps developed for children and siblings living with cancer and HIV
1991 – 1997 Program Trainer and Buddy Volunteer – ActionAIDS

ActionAIDS is a Philadelphia-based organization in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, works to sustain and enhance quality of life

VOLUNTEER WORK – continued

1992 – 1994 The Homeless Clinic Project, Hahnemann University



LICENSURE Pennsylvania

Medical Physician Assistant

MA-001915-L


CERTIFICATION National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

Board Certified: 950137

Basic Life Support

Advanced Cardiac Life Support
AWARDS

2015 2014-2015 Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants Physician Assistant Student Mentor Award



A national award that recognizes a Physician Assistant who has demonstrated exemplary service to PA students and has furthered the leadership, educational and professional development of PA students

2014 National Honor Society of Phi Beta Delta



An honor society that recognizes distinguished faculty for their scholarly achievement in international education, research, and their contributions to the internationalization of the University 

2013 American Academy of Physician Assistants Distinguished Fellow



Recognizes Physician Assistants that have demonstrated outstanding dedication and distinction to their profession in the areas of medical practice, education, research and healthcare management, leadership in healthcare and medicine, professional development, and community service

2009 Salus University Physician Assistant Educator of the Year

2008 Pi Alpha National Honor Society

An honor society that recognizes distinguished Physician Assistants for significant academic achievement, leadership, research, service, and a high standard of character and conduct

2008 Pennsylvania College of Optometry Physician Assistant Educator of the Year

2002 2001-2002 Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants President’s Award

A national award that recognizes a Physician Assistant who has demonstrated exemplary vision and efforts to promote excellence and leadership in the student community among Physician Assistants

2000 – 2001 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Outstanding Faculty Member Service Award

1993, 1994 Physician Assistant Foundation Scholarship

1993 Mark Berger Scholarship



PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Blackboard 9.0, Collage, Banner, Windows XP, Word 2007, Excel 2007, Access 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Respondus, Typhon, Turning Point Technology

PROFESSIONAL

AFFLIATIONS American Academy of Physician Assistants


Physician Assistant Education Association

Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants



National Honor Society of Phi Beta Delta

Pi Alpha National Honor Society for Physician Assistants



Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History

International Association of Healthcare Professionals


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