Stephanie House, MA – University of Wisconsin-Madison

/Stephanie House, MA – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Stephanie House, MA – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Stephanie House, MA has been working with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) since December 2009, where she oversees research mentoring initiatives with the Workforce Development Core. This has included the administration of the multi-site randomized controlled trial to test the effectiveness of the clinical and translational research mentor training curriculum, creation of an online mentoring resource, and oversight of ongoing mentor and mentee training efforts.
Ms. House is currently the Co-Director of the NRMN Master Facilitators Initiative, a program whose launch she led in 2014. In this role she ‘facilitates the Master Facilitators’ by providing support and resources, acting as a liaison to host sites, and providing continued opportunities for professional development. She has further led mentor and facilitator trainings nationally herself, in addition to being involved in further research and development of the mentoring training materials. She co-authored two versions of of the curricula in the Entering Mentoring Series, Mentor Training for Clinical and Translational Researchers and Mentor Training for Community Engaged Researchers.
Ms. House received her master's degree in Anthropology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1998. She then worked at the University of Tennessee Social Work Office of Research and Public Service evaluating state welfare reform programs. As a whole, she has worked in a mix of research, teaching, language interpretation and social service provision.

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