Candice Bobolsky, PA-C
Candice Bobolsky is from Portage, Pennsylvania and is a recent physician assistant graduate from Lake Erie College, located just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. Candice completed her undergraduate degree at Lock Haven University in 2016, which she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and two minors in Biology and Psychology.
While at Lock Haven University, she discovered a passion for research. Along with other undergraduates and professors, she conducted microbiology research and investigated the environmental effects of White Nose Syndrome on the Little Brown Bat. She presented this research at the American Society of Microbiology conference in Erie and Undergraduate Research Day at the Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg.
Candice also was highly involved in activities outside of her didactic studies at Lake Erie College. One of Candice’s passions is to be involved in local and international medical assistance. Over the past few years at Lake Erie, she has been involved with local schools and participated in many educational sessions to teach children of the importance of oral health. Also, she was lead organizer of a medical mission trip to Honduras that provided medical relief to several Honduran communities this past December. Candice hopes to continue community work and assistance throughout her career.
Outside of work, Candice considers herself an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys all types of outdoor activities. She likes a variety of sports including volleyball, basketball, tennis, and disc golf. It is very important to Candice to keep a variety of interests and she is very open to trying new things. In the future, she hopes to embrace her passion for writing and baking.
- Undergraduate: Lock Haven University
- Graduate: Lake Erie College Physician Assistant Studies