Andrew Maurano, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine
Associate Clinical Professor of Physician Assistant Studies (Secondary)
Andrew Maurano is an Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Clinical Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, and Director of Event Medicine for the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates. He graduated with a BS in 2001 and later with a degree in Physician Assistant studies in 2005 from James Madison University. He is a national leader in disaster and event medical management, having served as the Assistant Medical Director and Operational Task Force Leader for the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) National Medical Response Team for the National Capital Region from 2007-2011. He went on to serve as the Chief Medical Officer for the Washington DC Disaster Medical Assistance Team under HHS and currently serves on the Maryland DMAT team 1. He has been involved in numerous medical based projects throughout the Washington, DC region including the medical response plan for the 2009 and 2013 Presidential Inaugurations.
As a leader in the Physician Assistant community, he currently serves as the Past-President of the District of Columbia Academy of Physician Assistants and member of the House of Delegates of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Outside of the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, Drew serves on the Board of Directors of Hope Clinic International, which operates a pediatric and women’s health clinic in Estelí, Nicaragua and coordinates bi-annual mission trips throughout the same region.