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Mary Jo P.M. Wiemiller, a Clinical Associate Professor in Physician Assistant Studies, received her B.S. in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2001. She then completed her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant at Finch University of Health Sciences in North Chicago, Illinois (now Rosalind Franklin University), and worked for 5 ½ years at the Medical College of Wisconsin at Froedtert Hospital in Adult Cardiothoracic Surgery. She has additionally practiced as an Emergency Medicine PA with Aurora Health Care at Aurora Sinai Hospital. She joined Marquette University in 2009 as Clinical Faculty and became Program Director and Chair in August 2009. Her areas of expertise include Cardiovascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, General Surgery and Critical Care, Emergency Medicine and Educational Research. Mary Jo is also the Program Director of the Marquette University Aurora Health Care Post Graduate Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine which started July 2010. She has an emphasis on developing post-graduate Physician Assistant training in addition to entry level Physician Assistant training. She has served on the UAS for 5 years, and has been the UAS secretary for 2 years. Additionally, she participates in promoting shared governance by serving on the University Health Care Task Force. She has also been instrumental in developing Interprofessional Education at the University.