Victoria Sullivan is a visiting associate professor in UNLV’s School of Dental Medicine with expertise in treating children who experience stress in clinical settings.
Sullivan’s research interests include exploring areas of behavioral management to treat children with special needs and anxiety, as well as the use of lasers in pediatric dentistry. At UNLV, Sullivan teaches pre-clinical pediatric dentistry principles and techniques, and pediatric clinic.
A board-certified pediatric dentist, Sullivan has been actively practicing dentistry since 1996. She has had long-term affiliations with institutions including Stanford University Hospital and Kaiser Permanente, and worked with collaborative care teams focused on hematology-oncology, cleft palate, and pediatric long-term care.
Sullivan is a member of several dental associations. They include the American Dental Association and its clinical evaluation and dental licensure committees, as well as the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry and several state and local dental societies.
- D.D.S., University of the Pacific
- Pediatric Dentistry Certification, University of Southern California
- M.S., Rutgers University
- B.S., University of California-San Diego