Myriam Riboh is an assistant professor in the PA department and has been teaching at RFUMS since 2009. She obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Medical microbiology and Immunology. She completed her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies here at RFUMS. She currently practices full time Emergency Medicine along with her teaching duties.
Myriam is passionate about healthcare, especially in underserved countries. She is one of the co-founders of an organization entitled The Village Medical Project, which travels to Sierra Leone every year to provide free care to remote populations.
Myriam teaches many courses in the department and also teaches for the medical school and other programs within the university. She is currently collaborating on the development of one of the first interprofessional fellowship programs in the country. The Jane R Perlman fellowship is an Emergency Medicine Fellowship for PAs and NPs.