Rasha Abdrabou, DrPH, MPH
Rasha Abdrabou received her Master’s in Public Health in 2002 and her Doctorate in Public Health in 2009, both from Loma Linda University. She has since taught in undergraduate and graduate programs at various universities, including Cal Baptist University, Cal State Dominguez and West Coast University. She has also worked in the field of community nutrition for various public health programs such as Healthy Smiles, Early Head Start and Champions for Change. She returned to Loma Linda University in 2018 as full-time faculty for the Physician Assistant Department, and assumed the position of Department Chair in 2023. Dr. Abdrabou is also Director of Education Assessment, a position that focuses on ensuring the delivery of quality education standards and the continuous improvement of the clinical and didactic curricula. Dr. Abdrabou’s research interests include applying public health practices in clinical settings and development, implementation and dissemination of interventions to combat chronic disease. She is also interested in pedagogical research centered around practices of learning and teaching assessments.