Graham T. Danyleyko MPAS PA-C is the Academic Coordinator, Clinical Associate Professor of the Chapman University Master of Medical Science PA Studies Program in the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. Professor Danyleyko is a Graduate of University of California Irvine with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, and from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine has earned a BS degree in PA studies, and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies in Family Medicine. Professor Danyleyko has over 30 years of experience in healthcare. He started his career as an Emergency Medical Technician then joined the US Navy where he worked as a Hospital Corpsman, Surgical Technician, Fleet Marine Force corpsman, and Physician Assistant. He proudly served his country over a 25 year career in the Navy stationed both in the continental US and overseas in Japan and Guam. He participated in Desert Storm/Shield, OIF/OEF, and Afghanistan conflicts. Professor Danyleyko has 14 years’ experience as a PA primarily in Family Medicine with frequent ER, trauma and urgent care assignments. His love of medicine has been caring for families and he will continue to practice locally part time in Primary and Urgent care sites. His teaching experience covers over 20 years and he has hundreds of hours teaching basic to advanced medicine, and clinical techniques to all levels of healthcare providers. He enjoys volunteering, teaching, mentoring, spending time in the outdoors, and traveling with his family.