Sarah A Sullivan, PhD
Dr. Sarah Sullivan obtained her doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014. She was recruited to the Pugh lab from the UW Department of Education to conduct surgical education research. She currently works on project management and assessment under the Covidien ADOPT grant to create a program that combines simulation and coaching to train surgeons in laparoscopic inguinal hernia repairs. Her main interests include the cognitive and social processes involved in learning, using technology to create enhanced learning environments, and curriculum development, assessment, and evaluation. Originally from Granite Falls, Minnesota, she enjoys eating good food, playing with her “kiddo,” and reading in her free time.