Faculty and Staff

Admission / Program Administrator

Billie Chandler, Physician Assistant Program Administrator

Billie Chandler

Physician Assistant Program Administrator

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3021
812-488-3400
bc185@evansville.edu

Mrs. Chandler serves as Program Administrator for the Master of Physician Assistant (PA) Program. Billie’s primary responsibilities include recruiting and advising prospective PA students, managing the program’s B/PA (direct entry) and graduate admission processes, planning the program’s special events and overseeing the day to day operations of the UEPA Program. Billie has devoted the last 10 years of her career working with students and families. Prior to joining the University of Evansville, she was blessed to work with hundreds of students in Scott and Oakhill Schools. She has a strong passion for supporting and encouraging students. Billie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Marketing from the University of Southern Indiana. Please contact Mrs. Chandler to find out how she can assist in your path to becoming a physician assistant!

Faculty

Michael Roscoe, Director / Chair / Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Science

Michael Roscoe, PhD, PA-C

Director / Chair / Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Science

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3025
812-488-3401
mr286@evansville.edu

Dr. Roscoe is an experienced physician assistant (PA) educator and clinician. He has been a PA for over 20 years (primary specialty is in emergency medicine). He also has experience with military medicine and has had two combat tours (Afghanistan 2004-2005, Iraq 2008-2009). He has authored over 18 journal articles and received the prestigious AAPA Paragon award for publishing in 2007. He is actively involved at the National and State levels of PA Leadership. He is currently on the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Board of Directors, and is the current President of the Indiana Academy of Physician Assistants (IAPA). He has served on the Leadership Mission Advancement Commission (MAC) and has been a faculty facilitator/mentor for the Program Directors 101 Workshop for PAEA. Dr. Roscoe also served on several national committees with the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). He worked on the Automatic Item Generation (AIG) test writing committee, as well as the Emergency Medicine Certificate of Additional Qualification (CAQ) test writing committee. Additional items of note are that he has been awarded the Distinguished Hoosier Award from then Governor Mitch Daniels, the Bronze Star Medal during his Afghanistan deployment, and he was the Indiana PA of the Year in 2005. Dr. Roscoe earned his BS degree from Butler University (biology) and then went on to get his MS (biology) from Purdue University. He went back to school and received his second undergraduate degree in health science from Butler University and then a second master’s from the University of Nebraska. He received his PhD from TUI University. His dissertation focus was on Leishmaniasis and risk mapping. He is also on faculty with the Indiana University School of Medicine – Evansville.
Andy Lampkins, Associate Program Chair / Associate Professor / Physician Assistant Science

Andy Lampkins, PhD, PharmD

Associate Program Chair / Associate Professor / Physician Assistant Science

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3011
812-488-2356
al207@evansville.edu
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Dr. Andy Lampkins originally joined the faculty at the University of Evansville in 2013 as the G. Richard and Rita ’59 Eykamp Endowed Chair in Chemistry, and has been a licensed pharmacist for 17 years. Prior to coming to UE, he was the John R. Sampey, Jr. Research Professor at Samford University, where he taught in both the McWhorter School of Pharmacy and the Howard College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Lampkins’ research uses chemistry as a tool to solve problems in medicine. His group is involved in drug design/discovery, synthesis of bioactive natural products, and new reaction development. Specific research foci include the discovery of new drugs to combat Alzheimer’s disease and the development of “smart” therapeutics that can target, treat, and detect cancer simultaneously. Dr. Lampkins received his Pharm.D. from Butler University, his Ph.D. in organic and medicinal chemistry from the University of Florida, and completed a Walther Cancer Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Notre Dame.
Sean Harper, Assistant Professor/Physician Assistant Science

Sean Harper, MPAS, PA-C

Assistant Professor/Physician Assistant Science

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3007
812-488-3403
sh330@evansville.edu

Sean Harper is a physician assistant who has clinical experience in occupational medicine, emergency medicine, and neurology. Prior to becoming a PA, he spent 13 years as a firefighter and paramedic. His last position was with Purdue University Fire Department, where he assisted in starting the advanced life support program. He received both his BS (health science) and master's (MPAS) from Butler University in Indianapolis. He continues to practice in the occupational and urgent care setting. He is also a captain in the Indiana National Guard, where he serves as the physician assistant for the 1-151 infantry battalion. In August of 2018, he participated in Operation Pahlawan Warrior, the first joint U.S. and Brunei military training exercise. During the exercise, he served as the medical provider for U.S. forces as well as taught tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) to Royal Brunei combat medics.
Jenelle Evernham, Assistant Professor/Physician Assistant Science

Jenelle Evernham, MSM, PA-C

Assistant Professor/Physician Assistant Science

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3003
812-488-5230
je155@evansville.edu

Jenelle Evernham is a physician assistant from Evansville who has over 10 years of clinical experience in emergency medicine and urgent care. She received her BS (Sports Administration), MA (Wellness Management) from Ball State University and MSM (Physician Assistant Science) from Trevecca Nazarene University. She continues to practice in urgent care. She has taught across the curriculum in the PA department and is currently heavily involved in clinical year assessment. She also serves as an adjunct for the Indiana School of Medicine.
Claire Nutt, Clinical Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Science

Claire Nutt, MMS, PA-C

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Science

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3006
812-488-2345
cn105@evansville.edu

Claire Nutt is an Evansville native with several years of clinical experience. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Purdue University. Following undergrad, she went on to study at Saint Louis University, earning a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies in 2011. She has practiced in both cardiology and neurosurgery specialties and has been involved in clinical research.
Rebekah Basham, Clinical Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Science / Adjunct Clinical Lecturer for IU School of Medicine

Rebekah Basham, MSPAS, RD, PA-C

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Science / Adjunct Clinical Lecturer for IU School of Medicine

812-488-5030
rb292@evansville.edu

Rebekah Basham is a physician assistant from Evansville with experience in emergency medicine, family medicine, and global medical missions. She received her BS (Dietetics) from Ball State University where she also completed her dietetic internship and continues to hold her license as a Registered Dietitian (RD). She went on to receive her master’s (MSPAS) from the University of Kentucky before moving back to Evansville where she has been practicing since 2011. She lives with her husband and 4 kids on the west side of Evansville.

Clinical Outreach

Kim Moors, Director of Clinical Outreach/PT&PA

Kim Moors, PTA

Director of Clinical Outreach/PT&PA

Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3014
812-488-5043
km339@evansville.edu

Kim’s responsibilities include outreach to clinical sites and external representation for both the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Programs. She is a graduate of the University of Evansville’s Physical Therapist Assistant program and earned a BS in Health Services from the University of Southern Indiana. Kim has worked in the clinical setting for ProRehab, PC and ProRehab@Home in Evansville and has taught as an adjunct instructor in the UE PTA program.

Medical Director

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Paul Perry, MD

Hand and Shoulder Surgery
President, Tri-State Orthopedic Surgeons

Dr. Paul Perry is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in Upper Extremity. Dr. Perry has been in practice at Tri-State Orthopaedics since 1994 and the President since 2009. After graduating from Wright State School of Medicine and completing his residency at Wright State University, he then completed a Fellowship in Hand and Microsurgery at University of Florida. Dr. Perry is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and a Member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.

Staff

Sharon Selby, Administrative Assistant/Physician Assistant Science

Mrs. Sharon Selby

Administrative Assistant/Physician Assistant Science
ss299@evansville.edu
Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Room 3002
812-488-5022

Office Phone:
812-488-3400

Office Email:
pa@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, 515 Bob Jones Way, Room 3001, Evansville, IN 47708