Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Graduate of Life University’s College of Chiropractic in 2008, serves as the Director of the Life University Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR). Dr. Sullivan’s responsibilities include mission driven leadership and advancement of the CCR, coordination of University chiropractic research initiatives, research compliance and the conduct of chiropractic research. Utilizing her background in banking, marketing and management, Dr. Sullivan has worked to triple the number of research projects conducted at Life University, as well as increase the rigor of studies to include high-impact clinical trials.
Dr. Sullivan is also a graduate student at the University of Georgia. She is enrolled in the interdisciplinary Neuroscience Ph.D. program with specialization in cognitive neuroscience. Her research focus includes investigating and understanding the mechanisms and impact of chiropractic adjustments and vestibular stimulation on domains of cognition, including spatial awareness, attention and memory.