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Shelley Stoll, MPHShelley C. Stoll, MPH
Research Area Specialist Intermediate
University of Michigan
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029
(734) 764-7136


Ms. Stoll is a Research Area Specialist at the Center for Managing Chronic Disease, University of Michigan.  She holds an MPH in Health Behavior and Health Education and a BS in Biological Sciences, both from the University of Michigan.  She has 12 years of experience in public health research in the areas of project management, web-based instructional design, survey design, qualitative analysis, and dissemination.  She managed an NIH project exploring ethical considerations of the human genome project among communities of color, helped launch the HRSA Michigan Public Health Training Center, and managed dissemination activities for a national program of community coalitions addressing pediatric asthma.  Prior to her research activities, Ms. Stoll gained practical field experience in health education and community organizing as a Peace Corps Volunteer in rural Ecuador.   She currently manages the Contributing to Managing Epilepsy Well project and an NIH funded project designed to engender a deeper understanding of commonly experienced social, behavioral, economic, and clinical challenges facing people with chronic illnesses and how research of the type supported by the NIH can assist them in surmounting those challenges.

Selected publications:

Modell SM, Citrin T, Salinas-Nelson J, Coe SD. (April 2007)Linking populations in an online mentored distance learning course in public health genetics. Unite for Sight 4th Annual International Health Conference, Stanford University, Stanford, California.  (poster presentation).

Friedman AR, Lachance L, Stoll S, Awad A, Clark N. ( May 2007). Characteristics of Asthma Programs with Positive Health Outcomes.    American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting, San Diego, California (poster presentation).

Lachance L, Friedman AR, Stoll S, Awad D,  Clark N. (May 2007). Are Asthma Programs Positioned for Impact? Factors associated with success..  American Thoracic Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California  (poster presentation).

Clark NM, Friedman Milanovich AF, Lachance L, Stoll SC, Awad DF. (September 2007). Asthma program characteristics associated with clinical health outcomes:  examining practice in the field to increase chances for success.  European Respiratory Society Annual Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden (poster presentation).

Clark NM, Friedman Milanovich AF, Lachance L, Awad DF, Stoll SC. (November, 2007). Using outcomes of interest to plan asthma programs.    American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Washington DC (oral presentation)

Clark NM, Lachance L, Milanovich AF, Stoll S, Awad D. (In Press). Characterizes of Success of Asthma Programs, Public Health Reports.

Related MEW publications:

Center for Managing Chronic Disease, University of Michigan. (2010). Key Informants’ Perspectives on Managing Epilepsy Report

Clark NM, Stoll S, Sweetman M, Youatt EJ, Derry R, Gorelick A. (2010). Fostering Epilepsy Self-Management: The Perspectives of Professionals.Epilepsy & Behavior, Volume 19(3): 255-263.

DiIorio C, Bamps Y, Edwards AL, Escoffery C, Thompson NJ, Begley CE, Shegog R, Clark NM, Selwa L, Stoll S, Fraser RT, Ciechanowski P, Johnson EK, Kobau R, Price PH. (2010). The Prevention Research Centers' Managing Epilepsy Well Network. Epilepsy & Behavior, Volume 19(3): 218-224.
doi:10.1016/j.yebeh.2010.07.027.View PubMed Abstract

LaFrance W, Ranieri R, Bamps Y , S Stoll SC, Sahoo SS, Welter E, Sams J, Tatsuoka C,
 Sajatovic M.(2015). Comparison of common data elements from the Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) Network integrated database and a well-characterized sample with nonepileptic seizures. Epilepsy & Behavior. 45: 136-141.

Sahoo S, Zhang GQ, Bamps Y, Fraser RT, Stoll SC, Lhatoo SD, Tatsuoka C, Welter E, Sajatovic M. (2015).Managing Information Well: Towards an Ontology-driven Informatics Platform for Data Sharing and Secondary Use in Epilepsy Self-Management Research Centers. Health Informatics Journal. [ePub ahead of print March 13, 2015]
doi: 10.1177/1460458215572924

Thompson NJ, Patel A, Begley C, Fraser R, Johnson E, Selwa L, Stoll S.(2014). Expanding the Efficacy of Project UPLIFT: Distance Delivery of Mindfulness-based Depression Prevention to People with Epilepsy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
View PubMed Abstract

Escoffery C, Bamps YA, LaFrance W, Stoll SC, Shegog R, Buelow J, Shafer PO, Thompson NJ, McGee R, Hatfield K. (2015).Development of the Adult Epilepsy Self-Management Measurement Instrument (AESMMI). Epilepsy & Behavior, 50:172-83.
doi: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2015.07.025

Escoffery C, Bamps YA, LaFrance W, Stoll SC, Shegog R, Buelow J, Shafer PO, Thompson NJ, McGee R, Hatfield K. (2015).Factor Analyses of an Adult Epilepsy Self-Management Measurement Instrument (AESMMI). Epilepsy & Behavior, 50: 184-9.
doi: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2015.07.026
View  PubMed Abstract

Sahoo S, Ramesh P, Welter E, Bukach A, Valdez J, Tatsuoka C, Bamps Y, Stoll S, Jobst B, Sajatovic M.(in press). Insight: An Ontology-based Integrated Database and Analysis Platform for Epilepsy Self-Management Research. International Journal of Medical Informatics


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