Chatham University

Physician Assistant Program
Faculty and Staff

Carl Garrubba MPA, PA-C

cgarrubba@chatham.edu
Program Director and Assistant Professor

Hometown : Pittsburgh, PA
Joined Chatham : 2007

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HIV/AIDS Medicine

Biography

I am a Certified Physician Assistant and graduated from Duquesne University with a Master in Physician Assistant in 1995. My clinical experience includes Thoracic Surgery and HIV Medicine and Research at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). I was named co-investigator on several HIV Clinical Trials while working at UPMC. I was hired in June of 2007 as Clinical Coordinator in Chatham University's PA Program. My BS in Business Administration is also from Duquesne University and I received my Certified Public Accountant license in 1988. I also served three years as Board President for the Shepherd Wellness Community (AIDS service organization). As a member of the Chatham Community, I have served as Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator for three years, then Full-Time Assistant Professor for the past two years and in April, 2012, accepted the position of Program Director.

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