Professor Vannah graduated with her Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene from the UNE Dental Hygiene Program in 2003 and returned to complete her Bachelor of Science in 2009. She worked in various clinical practices in Maine ranging from general dentistry to cosmetics. In 2009 Professor Vannah returned to UNE as the founding Program Director of the Dental Hygiene Outreach Program, generously funded by the Ludcke Foundation, in which she set up extramural clinical rotations for students in interdisciplinary FQHCs across... Read More
Community Health & Public Health
Dana Villmore Ph.D, PA-C joined the UNE PA Program faculty in January 2019. She did her undergraduate studies in Biology at Florida Gulf Coast University and completed her Doctorate in Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Florida in 2012. While doing research at the University of Florida on inflammatory-mediated bone loss in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, she became interested in pursuing a clinical career to treat these complicated diseases. She then attended MCPHS University in Boston and... Read More
primary care medicine
Dr. Visich is a Professor and the Chair of the Exercise and Sport Performance Department located in the Harold Alfond Forum. He received his Bachelors in Health Education from Pennsylvania State University and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from George Williams College and his Doctorate in Exercise Physiology along with his Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology from University of Pittsburgh. He is also certified as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist by the American College of Sports Medicine. Prior to... Read More
Diane joined the UNE faculty in August of 2011. For 12 years prior to PA school, she worked as a clinical exercise physiologist in cardiac rehabilitation. After graduating from the physician assistant program at Central Michigan University, Diane worked for eleven years as a PA in family practice, cardiology, and neurosurgery.
Since 2000, Diane has had been involved in higher education, teaching as both part time and full time faculty in the School of Health Sciences at Central Michigan University,... Read More
Meredith L. Wall is a Board Certified Physician Assistant who graduated from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Program (MCPHS) with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies (2006) and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (UMass Lowell).
Prior to joining the team at UNE, she worked full-time for over 6.5 years at a busy private orthopedic practice in Massachusetts with primary focus in Spine specialty. She has an active Maine State License and continues to practice at the InterMed/Occupational Health... Read More
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Occupational Health and Preventative Medicine
Meg Webster joined UNE’s School of Social Work staff in August of 2016. Prior to being hired at UNE, she worked at the Intercultural Community Center in Westbrook, ME as a Program Coordinator and ELL Teacher where she provided services within the immigrant, refugee, and asylee communities. Before this, she worked at UMaine Orono's Intensive English Institute, John Bapst High School's International Dorm, and The Shaw House Homeless Shelter for Teens in Bangor, ME.
Meg also does freelance media art production producing... Read More
Graduated from Alderson-Broaddus Physician Assistant Program in 1974 and has 43 years clinical experience in various medical practice settings with emphasis on primary care medicine and geriatrics. Additonal experience in medical administration at both rural clinic, clinic systems, and hospital levels. Came to University of New England from the University of New Mexico where he was Academic Coordinated, Associate Program Director and taught several courses including Adult & Geriatric Medicine, Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics, Evidence Based Medicine, and Medical-Legal Medicine. Additonal degrees and areas of interest include Economics & Finance, Philosophy, and Law.... Read More
Physician Assistant educational curriculum
outcome based education
primary care medicine
health system development/management
medical care of the indigent
Dr. Winston has been an occupational therapist for over 30 years with a primary clinical focus in pediatrics. She has specialized in working with children birth to five years of age and their families particularly those children and families who are dealing with concerns related to feeding and eating. Dr. Winston also has experience working with children and adults experiencing concerns related to neurologic diagnoses such as cerebral palsy and stroke. Dr. Winston has worked in an academic setting for the... Read More
Patient and Family Centered Care
With a background in Business Adm and Psychology
Joe has focused his past 27 years in Gerontology
concentrating on Community
Healing and Complementary ideas about Aging Wisely.