Adam Sullivan is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Brown University. His interests include flipped/blended learning, online learning, open education, R programming and Statistics Education. He is currently director of the Masters program in biostatistics at Brown University and the faculty statistician at the Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute. His interests include statistics education, online/blended learning, and pediatric research. During his time at Brown he has created numerous courses and has won 3 teaching awards for this work. Prior to Brown, Sullivan was a key contributor to the creation of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s first blended course which also integrated biostatistics and epidemiology. He received his PhD in Biostatistics from Harvard University in May 2015, his masters in mathematics from South Dakota State University in 2010 and a bachelors in mathematics and secondary education from Houghton College in 2003. He has worked as an educator in all levels from high-school mathematics to graduate-level biostatistics.