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Edward Myles Sullivan, American medical school educator, physician assistant. Certified emergency medical technician and instr, CPR instructor, standard and advanced first aid instructor, Texas. Decorated Purple Heart, 1968, Army Commendation medal, 1970.


Sullivan, Edward Myles was born on August 21, 1948 in Pueblo, Colorado, United States. Son of Edgar Lyle and Ruth Francis (Rummelhart) Sullivan.


Bachelor of Science in Biology, Baylor University, 1976. Ballarat Health Services with honors, Duke University, 1980. Master of Science in Health Care Administration, Texas Woman's University, 1992.


Draftsman and surveyor soil conservation service, USDA, Waco, Texas, 1976-1978;physician's assistant surgery, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1980-1984;clinical supervisor physician assistant program, University Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, 1984-1990;clinical coordinator physician assistant program, University Texas Southwestern, Dallas, since 1990;assistant professor, clinical coordinator, University Texas Southwestern, Dallas, 1986-1991;acting director, Physician Assistant Program, Dallas, since 1991. Recruitment committee University Texas Southwestern, since 1984, secretary-treasurer faculty assembly Allied Health Science School, 1986-1988, publications committee since 1986.


With United States Army, 1968-1969, Vietnam, captain United States Air Force Reserve, member Operation Desert Storm. Member American Academy Physician Assistants (Texas delegate House of Representatives 1986-1988), National Commission on Certification Physician Assistants (certified), Association Physician Assistant Programs (research and review committee, conference planning committee since 1985), Texas Academy Physician Assistants (treasurer since 1989), Beta Beta Beta.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, running, softball.


Married Cindy Lou Grant, June 9, 1973. 1 child, Christopher.