Patrick Sullivan, DVM, PhD
Dr. Sullivan is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and has 20 years of experience in infectious disease epidemiology, mostly focused on the use of information from public health data systems to improve responses to the US HIV epidemic. In his work as an EIS officer, an epidemiologist, and a manager in CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, he has supported state and local health departments in the implementation and interpretation of surveillance and programmatic data. At CDC, he served as Chief of the Behavioral and Clinical Surveillance Branch, Acting Chief of the HIV Incidence and Case Surveillance Branch, and Acting DHAP Deputy Director for Science. He has published >150 manuscripts, including several high-impact models, was a Deputy Editor of Public Health Reports, and currently serves on the boards of PLoS ONE and Annals of Epidemiology. Sullivan is the co-director of the Center for AIDS Research Prevention Core, coordinating dissemination of prevention technologies and HIV prevention training/technical assistance.