Marisa Stanley

2009-2011 Cohort

Marisa received her MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Minnesota. During her graduate studies, she worked at the Minnesota Department of Health conducting reporting audits, assisting in disease investigations, and organizing refugee health events. During the Fellowship, Marisa was placed with the Division of Public Health at the Department of Health Services where she was involved in a range of projects. She led the initiative for the passage and implementation of expedited partner therapy legislation in Wisconsin, authored a request for proposals to secure a contractor for an oral health education feasibility study, and led a hepatitis C cluster investigation in the Northern Region of Wisconsin. Marisa also worked with the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center in Lac du Flambeau, WI as the interim project manager/epidemiologist for Communities Putting Prevention to Work grant working towards tobacco policy, systems, and environment changes with five Wisconsin Tribes and the Wisconsin Native American Tobacco Network Coalition. Preceptors: Casey Schuman and James Vergeront