Associate Clinical Professor
Physician Assistant Department
Bellet Building, Rm. 832
Rosalie G. Coppola, MHS, PA-C has been a member of the Physician Program’s faculty since 1991 and is currently the Course Director for the Physical Diagnosis and Research Outcomes Assessment courses. She has previously directed Clinical Medicine, Research Design and co-directed Emergency Medicine and Principles of Medical Science. She also held the position of Clinical Coordinator for the Pediatric Rotations and lectures in several courses.
Ms. Coppola received her Bachelor of Science degree at Hahnemann University and a Master of Health Science Degree at Drexel University. Ms. Coppola maintains professional affiliations with the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Association of Physician Assistant Programs.
Ms. Coppola is co-author of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) cases in Principles of Medical Science. Ms. Coppola has published a monogram entitled “Chronic Venous Insufficiency”, which was later adopted and published as a Recertification article in the Journal of Physician Assistant. She has recently written a GI chapter for the Physician Assistant Review book. She has also authored several articles as well as presenting at national conferences.