Assistant Clinical Professor
Physician Assistant Department
Bellet Building, Rm. 840
Daniela Livingston is the Director of Clinical Medicine, Director of Principles of Medical Sciences, and Clinical Academic Coordinator for Pediatric Rotation. She also participates as a lecturer and seminar facilitator in other pre-clinical courses (Physical Diagnosis, Problem Based Learning, History taking) and in Graduate I and II courses. During her time at Drexel, she introduced a new component in the Clinical Medicine course, the diagnostic workshop, which was well received and much appreciated by the students.
Dr. Livingston graduated in 1985 with an MD degree from Medical School in Bucharest, Romania. In 2001 she graduated from MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant Program, University of Washington in Seattle. Dr. Livingston is also a certified medical and legal interpreter. She contributed with a chapter – “Endocrine Disorders” – to Auth, Kirstein’s 2 edition of Physician Assistant Review.
In 2005, Dr. Livingston received the CNHP's Excellence in Teaching award. Dr. Livingston presented at PAEA 2006 conference in Quebec "Clinical Reasoning Application in Didactic Year". She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants, and the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA).
Dr. Livingston’s clinical experience includes pediatrics, primary care and working with underserved populations, with a special emphasis on preventative pediatrics.