Clinical Assistant Professor, PA Program Clinical Preceptor for
FDU PA students
- Maternal and Child Medicine
- Pathophysiology and Genetics
- Clinical Reasoning and Problem-Solving
- BS, St Peter’s University
- MS PA, Rutgers University
- Champions for Health Advancement through Mentoring & Primary Care Partnerships (CHAMPP), Cooper Medical School/Rowan University
Christina Bottiglierie, MS PA-C, CPAAPA earned her BS From St Peter’s University in Jersey City and MS in Physician Assistant Studies from Rutgers. She began her career in 2002 in family medicine. During her 20+ years of working for that practice, she has also been a clinical preceptor for PA students and Pre-PA students. She is nationally recognized for her efforts in PA precepting, having been given the title of CPAAPA from the AAPA. In 2022, she expanded her love of teaching by taking on an additional role of teaching in academia. She presently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor for the FDU PA Program as well as a Preceptor for FDU PA students. Christina’s clinical experience has been focused on the specialty of family medicine/urgent care. During her tenure as a clinical PA, she has been granted the Distinguished Preceptor of the Year award from Rutgers and voted Favorite Kids’ “Docs”.
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