Physicians & Staff

Jacob Lustgarten

Jacob Lustgarten, PA-C

Physician Assistant


EDUCATION

  • Master of Physician Assistant Studies
    University of North Texas Health Science Center
    Fort Worth, TX
    2011-2014

  • Master of Science – Zoology
    Texas Tech University
    2006-2008

  • Bachelor of Science – Zoology
    Texas Tech University
    1999-2005



  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • LifeGift Organ and Tissue Donation
    Tissue Donation Specialist
    Organ Donation Specialist
    01/06-07/11

  • Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX
    Graduate Teaching Assistant
    Department of Biological Sciences
    08/07-06/08

  • University Medical Center in Lubbock, TX
    Transporter
    Health Unit Coordinator
    Burn Technician
    06/04-03/08



  • LEADERSHIP

  • Physician Assistant Class of 2014 President
    University of North Texas Health Science Center

  • Physician Assistant Student Ambassador
    University of North Texas Health Science Center



  • HONORS

  • Pi Alpha National Honor Society for Physician Assistants
    University of North Texas Health Science Center

  • Physician Assistant Class of 2014 Outstanding Master’s Project
    University of North Texas Health Science Center

  • University of North Texas Health Science Center
    Dean’s List 2011-2013

  • Texas Tech University
    Dean’s List 2001-2005, 2006-2008



  • CERTIFICATIONS

  • BLS/ACLS
    American Heart Association



  • MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
  • Texas Academy of Physician Assistants (TAPA)



  • RESEARCH

  • Master’s Project 2012 University of North Texas Health Science Center
    Comparison of HIT System Data in Football for Varying Age Groups and Its Implication in Evaluating Concussion Risk
  • Master’s Thesis 2008 Texas Tech University
    Characterization of CRF Immunoreactive Neurons in the Anuran Optic Tectum



  • PUBLICATIONS

  • Carr J, Lustgarten J, Ahmed N, Bergfeld N, Bulin S, Shoukfeh O, Tripathy S. The Organization of CRF Neuronal Pathways in Toads: Evidence that Retinal Afferents Do Not Contribute Significantly to Tectal CRF Content. Brain Behavior and Evolution 2010;76: 71–86.
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