Sulis, Carol A., M.D.
Medical School: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Residency training: Roger Williams General Hospital, Brown University School of Medicine
Fellowship training: Boston University School of Medicine, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health
Dr. Sulis is Associate Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and Director of Hospital Epidemiology at Boston Medical Center and the Jewish Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Center. Her investigations include the assessment of the risk factors associated with the development of nosocomial bacteremia. She has participated in CDC-based studies to evaluate risk factors associated with nosocomial transmission of tuberculosis and hepatitis C.
Dr. Sulis is currently participating in NaSH, a CDC sponsored multi-site program studying methods to reduce unprotected exposures to blood and to minimize the incidence of vaccine-preventable illness among health care workers, and TRAPE, a multi-site, CDC/JCAHO sponsored study to assess surgical prophylaxis. She is active in the Surveillance Task Force, a citywide consortium of hospital epidemiologists studying bioterrorism preparedness and the efficacy of syndromic surveillance.