J. Greer Sullivan

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Adjunct Researcher
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Education

M.P.H. in health service management, University of California, Los Angeles; M.D. in medicine with intern, University of Mississippi; B.A. in history, William & Mary College

Overview

Greer Sullivan is an adjunct researcher at the RAND Gulf States Policy Institute. Her interests include public sector treatment for mental illnesses, and her research has aimed to understand how to better treat vulnerable populations with serious mental illness, such as persons who are homeless, in jails, or living in rural areas. She is also a professor in the Division of Health Services Research at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and director of the VA South Central Mental Illness, Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC) of the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System.

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