Dwayne A. Williams graduated from the Long Island University Physician Assistant program with honors. A member of the Physician Assistant Honor Society Pi Alpha, he has been a practicing physician assistant since 2002.
Currently he also serves as the director of didactic education and as a clinical preceptor for the Long Island University program.
He is also an adjunct professor for the Weill Cornell Medical College physician assistant program during their didactic year and for their Physician Assistant National Certification Exam (PANCE) review courses. Dwayne has also conducted many live PANCE/PANRE review courses, review courses for residency programs as well as taught lectures for medical students and nurse practitioners.
Rachel Lehrer is the founder and driving force behind Flipmed. Rachel graduated Magna cum laude from Touro College PA program. She scored in the 99th percentile on the national PA board exam and has helped many PA students through mentorship and clinical precepting.
Rachel was the Chief PA of Neurosurgery at Lincoln Medical Center for ten years. She is currently working in the Neurosurgical Department at Westchester Medical Center. Rachel helped found JAPA, a special interest group of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and is currently the President.
Her idea behind this app was borne out through her extensive studying and networking with hundreds of PA & medical students. She acknowledged the need for a unique, fun and entertaining way for healthcare professionals to study.
Isaak N. Yakubov graduated from the Long Island University physician assistant program with a Master’s degree. He has practiced as a physician assistant since 2014 in Neurosurgery and Emergency Medicine.
Isaak Yakubov is one of the authors of the Ultimate Medical Mnemonic Comic Book and is a Professor at Long Island University for the School of Health Professions.
He is also a clinical preceptor for Medical/Physician assistant students from the York, NYIT, Wagner College, SABA, and SJU programs.