Dr. Sullivan serves as professor of biology and has been at Cedarville since 1996. He received his B.S. from Youngstown State University (1974) and his M.D. from Case Western Reserve University (1978). More recently, he completed an M.A. in bioethics from Trinity University (2004). He has been honored as a diplomate by the American Board of Surgery (1985) and as a fellow by the American College of Surgeons (1996). Before coming to Cedarville, Dr. Sullivan served as a medical missionary with Baptist Mid-Missions for three years in Haiti and three years in the Central African Republic. He is a member of several organizations, including the American Medical Association, the Christian Medical Association, and the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity. His research and writing interests include biomedical ethics, cross-cultural medicine, and exercise physiology. Dr. Sullivan is actively involved in his church as a Sunday school teacher. He has also taken groups of students to Chad, Africa, and to the Central African Republic through Cedarville's Missions Involvement Service. In his spare time, Dr. Sullivan enjoys woodworking and racquetball. He and his wife, Barbara, have three daughters, Julie, Jenny, and Joy, and a dog, Rascal.