- Position: Associate Professor
- Department: Physician Assistant Program
- Campus Address: 1209 Health Professions Building
- Office Hours: By appointment
- Phone: (989) 774-1729
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Courses: Infectious Disease, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, and Diagnostics
- Area(s) of Expertise: Health policy, compliance issues, rural and agricultural health, occupational medicine, generational changes, and education.
Degrees and Universities
Doctor of Health Science, Nova Southeastern University
MS, Eastern Illinois University
BS in Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Dr. Lopes began his career with Central Michigan University in 2006 as an Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant Program. He earned his Doctor of Health Science from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Master of Science in Technology Education from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois; and Bachelor of Science in Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. He received training as a Physician Assistant in the United States Air Force.
Prior to joining CMU, Dr. Lopes served as a Physician Assistant in the British National Health Service (two years), as a Physician Assistant in southeastern Illinois (13 years), and as a Primary Care Physician Assistant in the United States Air Force until his retirement in 1991.
Dr. Lopes holds a special interest in health policy, compliance issues, rural and agricultural health, and occupational medicine.
Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals:
Lopes JE, Johnson JA. The intergenerational workforce revisited. Organization Development Journal. Spring 2008; 26(2): 31-36
Lopes JE. General practice in the UK's national health service. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 2006; 19(2): 24-30
Lopes JE. How to evaluate balance disorders in patients in the primary care setting. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. October 2008; 21(10): 38-42
Lopes JE. Vestibular Dysfunction. Advance for Physician Assistants. July-August 2009; 17(7-8): 18-22
Sabo R, Lopes J, TOner J, Naeve-Velguth S, Woods S. Using online instruments to assess learning styles of health professions students: A pilot study. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. April 2012; 10(2). Accessed at http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/Vol10Num2/Sabo.htm.
Kozicki ZA, Cwiek MA, Lopes JE, Rodabaugh G, Tymes N, and Baiyasi-Kozicki, SJS. Waterborne pathogens: A public health risk in US hospitals. Journal of the America Water Works Assiciation, 2012; 104(1)
Lopes JE, Delellis NO. Understanding the motivations of the multigenerational physician assistant workforce. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, 2013; 26 (10): 46-50
Lopes JE, Coppola MN, Riste L. The United Kingdom. Comparative Health Systems: Global Perspectives. Johnson JA, Stoskopf, C, Eds. Jones and Bartlett. June 2009.
Published in Other Sources:
Lopes JE, Caravella TJ, Sarvela PD, Wright WR. Illinois Rural Health Association Emergency Medical Delphi Study. Center Research Briefs. Center for Rural Health and Social Service Development, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.1995; 1(2)
Lopes JE. The curriculum framework for the medical care practitioner. AAPANews. December 15, 2005.
Lopes JE, Sherer E. Managing Menorrhagia: Evaluating and treating
heavy menstrual bleeding. Advance for NPs and PAs, 2010; 1(2): 21-24
Lopes JE. Helicobacter pylori Infection: An update on diagnosis and
management. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants,
2010, 23(7): 20-23, 37