Physician Assistant Studies Program Alumni

The UTMB Physician Assistant Studies (PAS) Program continues to prepare clinically exceptional physician assistants through education, practice, service, and research.

PAS Alumni wearing cap and gowns at graduation

Alumni Association

The UTMB Physician Assistant Studies Alumni Association exists to strengthen and support the PAS program by promoting life-long relationships between alumni, current students, faculty, university leadership, and friends.

Membership Levels

2023 Distinguished Alumnus Awardee

This award, the highest honor bestowed by the Physician Assistant Studies Alumni Association, is presented annually to one alumnus who has made major contributions to the medical profession through commitment of excellence in patient care, research, publications, education, community service, and/or leadership roles.

PAS Alumni Association Board

Officers

Board Members

PAS Board Roster

  • Ambriz, Francisco

    Francisco Ambriz, MPAS, PA-C
    Class of 1979

  • Carazo, Wendy

    Wendy Carazo, PA-C
    Class of 2017

  • Danilchuk, Bryan D.

    Bryan D. Danilchuk, PA-C
    Class of 2017

  • Davis, Reagan D.

    Reagan D. Davis, PA-C
    Class of 2018

  • Eames, Jennifer R.

    Jennifer R. Eames, MPAS, DHSc, PA-C
    Class of 2022

  • Madu, Renita C.

    Renita C. Madu, PA-C, PhD
    Class of 2007

  • Muma, Richard D.

    Richard D. Muma, PhD, MPH, PA-C
    Class of 1987

  • Munsell, Debra

    Debra V. Munsell, DHSc, PA-C
    Class of 1981

  • Sarles, Jillian

    Jillian Sarles, PA-C
    Class of 2013

  • Ulrich III, E. Rusty

    E. Rusty Ulrich III, PA-C
    Class of 2006