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Janet Lee Brunner

Janet Lee Brunner, American physician assistant. Certified physician assistant, Pennsylvania National Commission on Certification of Physician Assts; registered medical technologist.

Background

  • Brunner, Janet Lee was born on September 15, 1955 in Milwaukee. Daughter of Donald Edward and Carol Louise (Radtke) Brunner.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Biology, Luther College, 1977. Master of Arts in Education, Central Michigan University, 1984. Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistance, University Iowa, 1989.

    Career

    • Staff medical technologist, St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, 1977-1979, 81-87;staff medical technologist, Hospital CastaƱer (P.R.), 1979-1981;physician assistant medical oncology, Medical College Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1989-1992;physician assistant bone marrow transplant, Medical College Wisconsin, 1992-1994;senior coordinator bone marrow transplant program, Medical College Wisconsin, 1993-1994;physician assistant, senior coordinator bone marrow transplant program, Thomas Jefferson U. Hospital, Philadelphia, since 1995. Laboratory consultant American Immediate Care, Chicago, 1984. Guest lecturer Allentown College, Center Valley, Pennsylvania, 1996-1998.

    Membership

    Secretary board directors Wisconsin Interfaith Committee on Central American, Milwaukee, 1992-1994. Election observer United States Citizens Election Observer Mission, El Salvador, 1994. Member council Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1997-1999.

    Member standards committee The National Marrow Donor Program, since 2001. Fellow American Academy Physician Assistants. Member Pennsylvania Society Physician Assistants.

    Personality

    Interests

    Avocations: aerobics, travel, bicycling.

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    Born September 15, 1955
    (age 62)