Kelli A. Sullivan

Kelli A. Sullivan, Ph.D., is a Lecturer in the Division of Anatomical Sciences, Department of Surgery and an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Neurology. Dr. Sullivan received her Ph.D. from the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the University of Kentucky in 1990. Her research career focused on diabetic neuropathy (DN). She has authored or co-authored 39 research articles and three book chapters on development and disease models in the nervous system. In 2006, she began teaching within the Medical School at the University of Michigan. She now is involved in team teaching of Medical Gross and Neuroanatomy, Undergraduate Gross Anatomy and Graduate Neuroanatomy.
Areas of Expertise:
- Human Neuroanatomy
- Human Gross Anatomy
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Animal models of diabetes

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Anatomy: Gastrointestinal, Reproductive and Endocrine Systems (Coursera)

In this anatomy course, part of the Anatomy Specialization, you’ll learn about the various digestive, endocrine, and reproductive organs, their functions, and pathways of nerves and blood vessels serving these organs. Clinical correlations and vignettes will be used to highlight the importance of these anatomical structures and their relationships. [...]
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Anatomy: Human Neuroanatomy (Coursera)

In this anatomy course, part of the Anatomy Specialization, you will be introduced to the central and peripheral nervous systems. You will learn about basic neuroanatomy, sensory pathways, motor pathways and the autonomic nervous system. The course includes illustrated lecture videos and quizzes to help you expand and test [...]
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Anatomy: Human Neuroanatomy (edX)

Learn about the different parts of the central nervous system and how they work together with the entire body. In this anatomy course, part of the Anatomy XSeries, you will be introduced to the central and peripheral nervous systems. You will learn about basic neuroanatomy, sensory pathways, motor pathways [...]
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