Linda Sullivan

linda.sullivan@wisc.edu

Department of Pathobiological Sciences
Office: 2126

Linda Sullivan

Titles and Education

  1. B.S. in Medical Technology (UW-Eau Claire), M.A. in Health Services Administration (UW-Madison), D.V.M. (UW-Madison)

Responsibilities

Clinical Parasitology didactic, laboratory sections of Clinical Pathology, Bacteriology/Mycology, and Parasitology courses; various lecture topics (including spirochetes; rickettsial, mycoplasmal, and chlamydial organisms; protozoa, arthropods, avian and reptilian hematology, blood groups in veterinary medicine)
Coordinate the Pet Pals pet therapy program that brings dogs to visit pediatric patients at the American Family Children's Hospital

Clinical Interests

Clinical Pathology, including special species hematology; parasitology; bacteriology & mycology

Graduate Training

Residency in Clinical Pathology at the University of Wisconsin's School of Veterinary Medicine, Masters in Health Services Administration from the University of Wisconsin - Madison