Science, research and discoveries have been major interests of mine since a young age. Later in life, I discovered that my true interest is working with the application of science to impact and help people. After working as a chemical engineer, I decided to become a physician assistant to gain the knowledge and ability to take care of people's health needs. After graduating from the Seton Hall University Master of Science - Physician Assistant Program, I practiced emergency medicine in North Jersey for several years and later joined the Seton Hall Department of Physician Assistant as a full-time member of the faculty. I recently obtained Doctor of Medical Science degree from Lincoln Memorial University and my current concentration is teaching basic medical sciences to the physician assistant students.
I am very passionate in teaching medical sciences, and I look forward to developing a positive learning atmosphere as well as providing the tools needed for our students to become great clinicians and leaders in their fields. I also hope to encourage students to assume roles in the advancement of healthcare and in research. I am very excited to play a role in developing new generations of healthcare providers, leaders and researchers.
- DMS, Lincoln Memorial University
- M.S.P.A., Seton Hall University
- B.S. Chem.E., Villanova University
- Patient-Centered Pharmacology: Learning System for the Conscientious Prescriber, F. A. Davis Company, 2013
- J. Marshall. (2020). A Patient with Shortness of Breath After Total Hip Replacement. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants: 33(9), p. 28-31. doi: 10.1097/01.JAA.0000694956.91671.70. PMID: 32841974
- PAEA 2021 Education Forum. Simulation Technology Integration Direction for Reluctant, Curious, or Inspired Faculty. M. Bruza PA-C, A. Saunders PhD, PA-C, J. Marshall DMA, PA-C, C. Fernandez MD, M. McWeeney PhD, PA-C
- NYSSPA 2021 CME Conference. What’s New in Pulmonary Embolism Management. J. Marshall DMS, PA-C, S. Patel PA-C.