Monica Wellings, PA-C
Monica Wellings, PA-C graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2004 with dual majors in Psychology and Biology. She completed her Physician Assistant education at Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA. Afterwards, she gained experience in surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, MD) and Thomas Jefferson Hospital (Philadelphia, PA) as well as with oncology at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) and hospital medicine at Geisinger Clinic in Pennsylvania. Currently, she works part time with Occupational Medicine of CMA as well as per diem at Cayuga Medical Center’s Urgent Care locations.
Master in Physician Assistant Studies, Chatham College (Pittsburgh, PA)
Bachelor of Sciences in Biology and Psychology, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)
“A randomized three-arm neoadjuvant and adjuvant feasibility and toxicity study of a GMÂCSF secreting allogeneic pancreatic cancer vaccine administered either alone or in combination with either a single intravenous dose or daily metronomic oral doses of cyclophosphamide for the treatment of patients with surgically resected adenocarcinoma of the pancreas.” Laheru, D. et. al. (Co-Investigator).
“Wellness and Intervention in an Adult Population within a Collegiate Setting.” Presented May 27, 2006 at AAPA conference, San Francisco, CA. Gray K, Hopwood A, Wellings M
New York State Physician Assistant License
Pennsylvania Physician Assistant License
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
ACLS/BLS, American Heart Association