Howard University – Master of Physician Assistant Studies
Howard University – B.S.
Certified Physicians Assistant
Clinical / Research Interests
Interventional Spine
Spinal Cord Injury Research

Amanda-Gay Edwards, MPAS, PA-C is a certified Physician Assistant at The GW Medical Faculty Associates in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Division of Neurology.

Amanda-Gay received her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Biology from Howard University in 2011. She then worked as a research assistant with a focus on degenerative neurological disorders in the neuroscience department of the Georgetown Medical Center. Amanda then returned to Howard University for a second Bachelor's in Health Sciences, and earned a Master's in Physician Assistants in 2018, awarded the Chair of the Department award. She obtained her certification as a Physician Assistant shortly thereafter. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and is licensed in Washington, DC

Prior to joining The GW Medical Faculty Associates, Amanda worked for National Spine and Pain Center as a pain management physician assistant. Amanda is particularly interested in research treatment for spinal cord injuries, and the use of assisted devices such as spinal cord stimulators for chronic pain.