Thomas P. Sullivan

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Thomas Sullivan is the President and founder of Rockpointe Corporation[1] a leading continuing medical education company with a subsidiary, Potomac Center for Medical Education (PCME).[1] He is affiliated the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, and is a founding member another front group, Association of Clinical Researchers and Educators. He also runs the Policy and Medicine Blog, from which he frequently criticizes attempts to regulate conflicts of interest between physicians and the pharmaceutical industry.

Rockpointe Corporation is funded by the pharmaceutical industry[2] and Sullivan is often quoted by reporters on issues of conflicts of interest between doctors and the pharmaceutical industry.[2], [3]

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  1. Bios of participants of meeting for,Center for Medicine in the Public Interest accessed October 2009.
  2. Kate Maternowski "Conflict With My Interests", Inside Higher Ed, July 10, 2009.
  3. Larry Husten "Cardiology strikes back: Bove, Lewin, Weber & Black defend ties to industry" Cardiobrief, July 22, 2009.

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Alicia Mundy "How Industry Spends $1 Billion a Year on Continuing Medical Ed.", Wall Street Journal Health Blog, November 13, 2009.

Daniel Carlat "Tom Sullivan, of ACRE Fame, Is Swimming in Drug Company Cash" Carlat Psychiatry Blog, November 12, 2009.