Graham Danyleyko is the Academic Program Director for the Master of Science Physician Assistant Studies program where he also works as an assistant professor. Graham brings over 17 years of experience as a Family Medicine trained PA working in several specialties of care in multiple practice environments to include family practice, urgent care, and occupational medicine clinics.
Graham is a Navy veteran with 25 years of military service where he has worked in family medicine, emergency room, and trauma/surgery departments. His service started as a hospital corpsman, surgical technologist, and FMF corpsman prior to becoming a PA. He has been stationed throughout the western US, in overseas locations to include Guam and mainland Japan, and served onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln (aircraft carrier). He is a veteran of Desert Storm/Shield, OIF/OEF conflicts.
His research interest is in improved learning outcomes through the use of technology and simulation, case based and problem based learning models. Over the last few years has begun work with the Special Olympics and has a longtime commitment working with homeless veteran volunteer programs.