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Bradley Sullivan, Ph.D.

Research Associate, Dr. Berkland
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Dr. Sullivan has been working with Dr. Berkland since 2012. Previously he was a research associate at Michigan State University where he worked to identify mechanisms whereby blood coagulation contributes to liver injury and disease. Dr. Sullivan was a finalist for the 2012 Novartis Fellowship from the Society of Toxicology. His doctorate is in Toxicology from the University of Kansas School of Medicine and he obtained his bachelor's degree from Kansas State University in biology.

Research Interests

  • Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases
  • Blood Coagulation
  • Controlled Drug Delivery
  • Treatment of Metabolic Disease

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