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Sharon Sutliff

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Sharon Sutliff, Assistant Professor
Science, Department Chair
College of Arts and Sciences
Doctor of Chiropractic from Sherman College of Chiropractic, 1996
BA from Virginia Commonwealth University, 1980
Warren Campus
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Dr. Sharon Sutliff has taught Anatomy & Physiology courses at Davenport for over 10 years. She has also worked as a licensed Chiropractic Doctor in Michigan and currently serves as a Wellness Ambassador for the Warren Davenport Campus.

Sharon has been interested in the effects of nutrition and nutritional supplements on human health for most of her adult life and is currently a member of the Integrative Healthcare Practitioners, where she keeps abreast of nutraceutical approaches to the prevention and treatment of disease. Areas of special interest include nutrient precursors to neurotransmitters affecting mood, the role of inflammation in disease, and dietary interventions to reduce inflammation. Sharon also teaches Pathophysiology at Davenport.

Dr. Sutliff strives to de-stress the study of anatomy/physiology and make it manageable. “My goals are to bring out students’ natural curiosity about the human body, encourage students to critically think by case scenarios, and provide students the support they need to succeed.”