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


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


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


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.


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.


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    Avocations: aerobics, travel, bicycling.