Biostatistics New Faculty - Adam Sullivan, Ph.D.

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Brown University's School of Public Health Department of Biostatistics is pleased to welcome one of our newest faculty members, Dr. Adam Sullivan, as Assistant Professor of the Practice. Professor Sullivan will be teaching Biostatistics courses for the School of Public Health's new Online MPH program.

Professor Sullivan received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from Harvard University, and currently serves as a Senior Principal Statistician at Servier Pharmaceuticals in Boston, Massachusetts.  Prior to that he was a Senior Manager of Statistics at Takeda. Before Takeda, he was an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, Director of Graduate Programs, and a Faculty Statistician at Hassenfeld at Brown. Adam received several teaching awards during his time here at Brown, including the 2018 and 2016 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2018 Sheridan Junior Faculty Teaching Fellow, and 2017 Teaching with Technology Award: Showcase Award. 

In his spare time, Professor Sullivan enjoys spending time walking or hiking with his dog Lexie. Many vacations are spent either camping or working on a friend's farm and being with family. Professor Sullivan lived in the Boston/Providence area for 10 years before relocating back to rural NY to be near his family.