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Elizabeth has been working in the field of hematology and oncology since graduating physician assistant school and has had the opportunity to work at multiple institutions with some of the world's leading researchers, which has provided extremely valuable training in her career. Her focus has always been centered on the adolescent and young adult oncology population and helping to improve their outcomes. Her practice is extremely evidence based, and it is important to her for interventions to be based on the best proven research. Because of this, she continually works toward improving the patient care experience through research and education. She enjoys spending her time outside of work with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. Elizabeth also enjoys traveling, gardening, cooking, and knitting.
Education and training
- M.M.S., 2014, Midwestern University Glendale
- B.S., 2012, Loyola University
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, 2014
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