Clinical Assistant Professor
1700 Building, 006
Josh Knox received his B.S. in Biology from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He worked in infectious disease research before completing his professional PA education at UW-Madison in 2000. Josh completed a post-graduate clinical fellowship in gastroenterology and hepatology at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2001. Mr. Knox practiced at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Froedtert hospital from 2000-09. Josh currently practices emergency medicine and serves as the associate director of the Marquette Emergency Medicine Post-graduate PA program. His areas of clinical expertise include gastroenterology, hepatology, emergency medicine, and evidence based medicine.
Mr. Knox is active in social justice and public health matters including crafting novel educational experiences for future PA’s in homelessness and food security issues. His educational research interests include application of sociocultural learning theory to PA education and simulation in healthcare education. Josh serves as an ambassador for the National Health Service Corps and as a grant reviewer for HRSA PA educational training grants.
Josh and his wife, Gretchen Mead, have 3 children. His interests include urban farming, camping, bicycle commuting, soccer and enjoying Wisconsin’s outdoors with his family.