Erica Radcliffe-Henry joined the MPAS program in 2015. Prior to FIU, she practiced as a reproductive endocrinology physician assistant in Miami. She serves as director of the MPAS Capstone Course, and the Clinical Application for Evidence-Based Practice courses. She also teaches obstetrics and gynecology.
Radcliffe-Henry has been an instructor at the Florida Academy of Physician Assistant Leadership Academy and is a member of its Cultural and Diversity Committee. She has an interest in the development of PA educators and provides mentorship for new faculty members.
EducationEd.D, Doctor of Education, A.T. Still University
M.S., Education and Leadership, A.T. Still University
B.S., Physician Assistant Studies, Miami Dade College
Memberships and Service
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
Florida Academy of Physician Assistant (FAPA)
Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA)
Cultural Diversity Committee
Faculty member in the Leadership Academy in FAPA