Nicole Lamb graduated from Marquette University MPAS program in 2009 has been primarily practicing in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care since. Currently Nicole works clinically at Regions Hospital Emergency department, a busy level I trauma center in St. Paul. Here, she previously participated in the education coordination and delivery to PA, NP and medical students and was voted Preceptor of the Year at Regions prior to coming to St. Kate's.
Additionally, Nicole received her Master’s of Public Health from George Washington University in Washington, DC and divided her time working clinically in emergency medicine and developing and running the evaluation for a holistic program focused on veteran health, PTSD and Military Sexual Trauma. Her particular research focus includes emergency care and management, special populations and applying public health concepts within clinical medicine.
BS Biomedical Sciences
Marquette University 2007
Master of Physician Assistant Studies
Marquette University 2009
Master of Public Health
George Washington University 2014