Anne Wildermuth Anne Wildermuth
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies

Office Phone: 202-994-7644
Email: Email
Department: Physician Assistant Studies


  • Bachelor of Science - Nutrition, University of Connecticut, 2007
  • Master of Medical Science, Arcadia University, 2012


Annie Wildermuth, MMS, PA-C, CAQ EM, RD, is an assistant professor and the associate program director; she joined the faculty in 2021. She has been a PA educator since 2016, having previously served as the associate program director and admissions director at the University of Nebraska Medical Center PA Program. Annie has considerable experience working with the US Military and Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) in PA education, having served as the Interservice PA Program (IPAP) civilian liaison for five years and the CAF civilian liaison for three. She feels honored to support and collaborate with our service members. Her clinical practice is in emergency medicine, and she earned her Certificate of Added Qualification in 2018. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in biomedicine at Salus University; her dissertation explores admissions interviews as performance predictors in PA education.

Her research interests include admissions, military medical education, eating disorders, and several emergency medicine subjects, and she has published and presented nationally in these areas. Holistic admissions, particularly developing holistic processes and increasing access to the PA profession, are a passion, and she speaks and leads workshops in this area regularly. She serves on the PAEA Future Educator Development Steering Committee and as the PAEA Graduate Advisor to the AAPA Student Board. She loves mentoring new faculty and teaching faculty development, working with the program, military, and PAEA in this capacity.

Annie is originally from East Lyme, Connecticut. As a University of Connecticut alumnus and former UConn Women’s Basketball manager, she avidly roots for the Huskies. She enjoys every opportunity she has to be near the ocean and her family.

Industry Relationships and Collaborations

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