Associate Professor, Clinical Faculty
- Temple University, Bachelor of Science
Drexel University, Bachelor of Science
University of Arizona, Master of Science
- Robert W. Young MS PA-C ATC is the Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor of the Chapman University Master of Medical Science PA Studies Program in the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. Mr. Young is a Graduate of Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA Program (1999), with honors. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Temple University (1983) and a Master of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Arizona (1984). He has experience in Orthopedic Surgery as a Surgical PA for over 4 years, and was the the Surgical PA for Dr. Larry Miller, Chief of Orthopedics, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ. In addition to Mr. Young's background in Orthopedics, he also has worked in Primary Care, Physical Rehabilitation, and Dermatology. He moved on to the academic world in 2007 at Drexel/Hahnemann’s Graduate PA Program as a Clinical Coordinator and Principal Faculty member. There he directed the following courses: PA History, Pharmacology I+II, Clinical Skills Lab, Emergency Medicine Rotation, and Surgery Rotation. He also served as a Founding Member and Academic Coordinator for the USciences Graduate PA Studies program in Philadelphia, PA, that received full provisional accreditation (2012). Prior to PA School, he worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer at both the high school and collegiate levels. He has received many academic awards, including; Who’s Who among America’s Best Teachers; William Patterson College Scholars Recognition Award (2); Who’s Who Among America’s Best College Students; Cum Laude.