Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Program
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
- Role of the PA
- Clinical Skills I
- Medical Science III, Pathophysiology and Genetics Technical Skills I
- Maternal and Child Medicine Technical Skills II
- Infectious Disease
- Preventative Medicine
- Active Student Learning
- BS, Wagner College
- MS, Wagner College
- DMSc, University of Lynchburg
Dr. Nicole Pirozzi earned her BS and MS in Advanced Physician Assistant Studies from Wagner College. She completed her DMSc in 2021 from the University of Lynchburg. She began her career in PA education in 2012, first serving as a clinical preceptor for PA students for six years before beginning a full-time position in academia. She presently serves as Clinical Coordinator for the FDU PA Program and a member of the Research Council for the FDU School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Dr. Pirozzi’s clinical experience has been focused on the specialties of family medicine, primary care, infectious disease, and urgent care.
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