Associate professor in School of Physician Assistant Studies Receives Promotion
PHILIPPI, W.Va. –Alderson Broaddus University has appointed Jennifer Momen, M.D., FAAP as medical director for the School of Physician Assistant Studies.
Dr. Momen is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. She completed a residency in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh/University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and has 20 years of clinical experience in general pediatrics.
Dr. Momen has been with Alderson Broaddus as an associate professor in the School of Physician Assistant Studies since 2011. She currently serves on the Physician Assistant Education Association Exam Development Board for Women’s Health, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health End of Rotation™ exams, and is pursuing a Master of Public Health degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences at West Virginia University School of Public Health.
In her capacity as medical director, Dr. Momen works closely with program director Thomas Moore, MS, MMSc, PA-C and program faculty to ensure that students’ didactic and supervised clinical instruction is consistent with current practice standards.
“Dr. Momen provides guidance and advice on program matters,” said Moore. “We are fortunate to have a medical director who is dedicated to the education of physician assistant students and the success of the physician assistant program.”
Information about the physician assistant studies program at Alderson Broaddus can be obtained by calling (304) 457-6283.