Lisa M. Waller, MMSc, PA-C
Lisa Waller, MMSc, PA-C, joined the Physician Assistant Studies faculty as Instructor in July 2016.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Administration and Policy from the University of New Hampshire and her Masters of Medical Science at Emory University School of Medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and has been certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants since 2004.
Prior to joining the Institute, Lisa's clinical focus has been in both inpatient and outpatient pediatric sub-specialty care. She has broad experience in pulmonary medicine, chronic disease management and the care of medically complex children. She continues to practice in pediatric pulmonary medicine within a community health system in southern New Hampshire. She additionally serves as the Assistant Medical Director/Medical Team Leader for a medically supported summer camp program for children with persistent asthma.
Her clinical and academic interests are predominately in pediatric health. Her transition into clinical teaching comes after serving as a preceptor for many physician assistant, nurse practitioner, and medical students throughout her career.
Waller L, Bryson W. Emergency Contraception: Are We Doing Enough to Prevent Teen Pregnancy? JAPPA. 2007. (April Publication)