Lisa Sullivan, Ph.D.
Dr. Sullivan is Professor of Biostatistics, Mathematics and Statistics and Associate Dean of Education in Public Health and serves as a consultant to the Center for Addictions Research and Services. She is also Chair of the Biostatistics Department at the Boston University School of Public Health. Lisa is co-author of a textbook entitled Introductory Applied Biostatistics, and the recipient of numerous teaching awards including the Norman A. Scotch award and the prestigious Metcalf Award, both for excellence in teaching at Boston University . Lisa is a statistician on the Framingham Heart Study working primarily in developing and disseminating cardiovascular risk functions. She is active in multidisciplinary research projects in areas such as cardiovascular disease, cognitive function, HIV/AIDS, emergency medicine, prenatal diagnosis and autism.
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