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Director of Didactic Education
Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies
Office Phone: 202-994-0095
Department: Physician Assistant Studies
- Bachelor of Science, Oakland University, MI, 2013
- Master of Physician Associate Studies, Yale University School of Medicine, 2015
Brandon R. Beattie, MMSc, PA-C, is an assistant professor and the Director of Didactic Education, where he oversees the didactic phase of training here at the George Washington University PA program. Before joining the faculty in 2019, he served as a clinical preceptor for the program. A recipient of multiple teaching awards, he currently teaches throughout the program's didactic and clinical phases and serves as the Course Director for Clinical Medicine I & II. Additionally, he is actively involved in admissions for the Department of PA Studies.
Beattie graduated from the Yale University Physician Associate Program with honors and has worked clinically in Neurology, Urgent Care, and outpatient Interventional Radiology. Before becoming a PA, he served honorably as a decorated U.S. Army Medic with multiple overseas tours. His research interests include holistic admissions and reducing barriers for Veterans and underrepresented minorities.
Brandon is originally from Sterling Heights, Michigan but has called the D.C. area home for many years. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends and exploring the many hiking trails in the area.
Industry Relationships and Collaborations
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