Growing up, Dr. Sullo always wanted to be... an astronaut! Then as he aged, and it became clear that the hyperdrive wasn't going to be invented in his lifetime, his interests turned to... computers! Then as he aged some more, and saw that those computers weren't much for conversation (there was no "Siri" yet!), his interests turned to biology and medicine. As he ran track and cross country in high school, and then at the University of Rochester, and started to learn anatomy first-hand (through various injuries!), this interest led him to medical school and then residency, also at the University of Rochester. He is a board-certified pediatrician and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He has special interests in... you guessed it, Sports Medicine and Health Information Technology, and enjoys running and backpacking in his spare time. He resides in Webster with his wife and two children.