Professor Nina Multak Recieves Distinguished Fellow Award
January 16, 2013 — Due to the quantity and quality of her personal research, involvement, and dedication to the Physician Assistant profession during the past 25 years, assistant clinical professor Nina Multak has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). This award is only received by less than 1% of all Physician Assistants nationally. The AAPA is presently one of the largest medical societies in the country and works to promote, assist, and represent the profession. Professor Multak’s new designation represents not only her successes, but also her pledge of commitment to lifelong learning and service as a Physician Assistant. In addition to her teaching role, Professor Multak is also working toward obtaining her doctorate degree from the College of Information Science and Technology through Drexel’s iSchool.