Erin Gysbers, DMSc, MPAS, PA-C received her Bachelors of Science in Biology from Penn State University in 2004 and her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from St. Francis University in 2007. Upon graduation, she moved to Southern California and completed the PA post-graduate fellowship in Women’s Health at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Most recently, Erin completed her Doctor of Medical Science degree with a emphasis in PA education from Lynchburg University in 2022. Her doctoral research project centered on the risk of developing preeclampsia after successful in-vitro fertilization and other assisted reproduction technologies.
Gysbers’ clinical experience since graduation has been primarily in women’s health, both inpatient and outpatient. Additionally, she worked in orthopedic surgery for four years. She began volunteering as a clinical preceptor in women’s health for a local PA program, eventually transitioning to PA education full-time. Gysbers served as a Didactic Coordinator and Director of Didactic Education at her previous institution, then came to KGI in May 2023 as an Assistant Professor. She continues to work in women’s health one day a week, precepting students clinically.
Gysbers is most passionate about mentoring future PAs and watching them realize their full potential as clinicians, patient advocates, and leaders.