Megan Llamas-Carreon, MA, RRT Is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Respiratory Care. Megan is an alumna of UT Health San Antonio, where she earned her Bachelors in Respiratory Care in 2013. She earned her Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Incarnate Word in 2017. Megan has experience working in burn, adult, pediatric and neonatal intensive care units and floor therapy. She began precepting students for UT Health San Antonio in the Burn intensive care unit in 2016. She became adjunct faculty for UT Health San Antonio in 2017 and full-time faculty for UT Health San Antonio in August of 2018. Megan currently teaches Pulmonary Function Testing, Management and Leadership in Health Professions and Board prep for our BSRC and MSRC students as well as various online courses for our degree advancement students. Megan serves at the TSRC President of the Southern Region, a current member of the CHEST interprofessional Team NetWork steering committee, a member of the CHEST Mechanical Ventilation Simulation Team and the Pulmonary Fellow Education Director under Dr. Peters. Megan strives to help the students grow, learn and be successful in their future Respiratory Care careers.