Sutureline Journal

About Sutureline

Sutureline is the official journal of the American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants (AASPA) and its purpose is to be a platform for members to communicate professionally, stay connected, and advance the surgical physician assistant profession with educational articles and research.  Sutureline is published electronically in the spring, fall and winter, and access to the archive of articles is available to AASPA Members.

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Sutureline Editorial Board

The Editorial Board reviews clinical articles to consider for publication. For questions on submitting a clinical article, please email [email protected].

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List of Editors

Executive Editor
ALEX MERKLE, DSC, PA-C
Emergency General Surgery
Sutter Medical Group
Sacramento, CA

Associate Editor
ARI DOUCETTE, DSC, PA-C
Trauma & Acute Care Surgery
US Navy
Camp Lejeune, NC

Student Associate Editor
ELLIOT WHITE, BS
University of Florida School of PA Studies
Gainesville, FL


Review Board

LINDSEY A. WALLACE, DSCPAS, PA-C
Critical Care Medicine
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

TOM GOCKE, DMSC, PA-C
Orthopedics
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV

JUSTINE ROBINSON, MPAS, PA-C
Surgical Oncology
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, TX

ERICA A. AMICANDA, MHA, PA-C
Bariatrics
Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack, NJ

SETH HOLLAND, DSC, PA-C
Trauma & Acute Care Surgery
Ascension Surgical Group
Kyle, TX

TIFFANY M. TARLOWICZ, MS, PA-C
Multi-Speciality Practice
Henry Ford Health System
Detroit, MI

JOSH RANDLES, DSC, APA-C
Trauma & Acute Care Surgery
US Army
Charlotte, NC

CLAIRE COSTANZA, MMS, PA-C
Sports Medicine and General Surgery
Missoula, MT

 

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