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Jason Radke, MMS, PA-C

Assistant Professor, Chair & Program Director

Jason Radke, MMS, PA-C joined the PA Program faculty at Rosalind Franklin University in 2015 as a clinical coordinator. During his time with the program he has served as Director of Experiential Learning, Director of Didactic Education, and transitioned into his current role in 2018. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa with majors in Biology and Psychology, and his Master of Medical Sciences in Physician Assistant Studies at Midwestern University.

Jason has spent most of his clinical career practicing in pediatrics, but has also worked in emergency medicine and men’s health. He continues to practice clinically as director of Healthy Families Clinic along with faculty from the Psychology Department in a pediatric integrated behavioral health clinic on the university campus. This clinic provides free care to uninsured children in the community, helps connect families to community services, and allows for PA and psychology students to gain clinical experience on an interprofessional team.

As faculty in the program, Jason teaches Population Medicine, Pediatrics, Advanced Physical Exam, the EENT and Psychology units in the General Medicine and Infectious Disease course series, and lectures in multiple other courses throughout the curriculum. He also teaches students from the college of medicine, college of pharmacy, and other programs within the college of health professions (CHP). He has received the CHP Outstanding Faculty Award and CHP Outstanding Educator Award.

Jason is currently serving a second term on the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Finance Steering Committee.

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