Mike Stoolmiller, Ph.D., Research Scientist

Education & Training

Mike is a methodologist whose research has focused on child and adolescent development, deviant behavior, academic achievement, children and youth media choices, and methodology work focused on the analysis of event history data derived from direct observations (parent-child and teacher-child) and multi-level hazard rate regression in observational data.

Current Projects

Tobacco Regulatory Science Investigating the Intersections of Products with Diverse Populations


03/01/20 - 08/30/21


National Cancer Institute (NCI)


Active and Not Recruiting


Principal Investigator
Mike Stoolmiller

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Jason LA, Guerrero M, Bobak T, Light JM, Stoolmiller M. Reducing health disparities among black individuals in the post-treatment environment. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 2020 Dec 30:1-17.

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Anderson, R.C., Graham, M., Kennedy, P., Nelson, N., Stoolmiller, M., Baker, S., & Fien, H. (2019). Student agency at the crux: Mitigating disengagement in middle and high school. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 56, 205–217.

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Assistant Professor Pediatrics, MI State U., College of Human Medicine, E. Lansing, 2015-2018.

Senior Research Associate, U of Oregon, School of Education, Eugene, Oregon, 2009—2015.

Adjunct Faculty, Dartmouth College, Geisel School of Medicine, Hanover, NH, 2013—

Research Associate, University of Oregon, School of Education, Eugene, Oregon, 2001—2009.

Adjunct Faculty, Northern Michigan University, Department of Psychology, Marquette, MI, 2004.

Research Scientist, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene, Oregon, 1999—2003.

Methodologist, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene, Oregon, 1992—2003.

Adjunct Faculty, University of Oregon, Department of Psychology, Eugene, OR, 2000.

Research Associate, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene, Oregon, 1988—1999.

Wilderness Caseworker, Texas Youth Commission, Brownwood, Texas, 1982—1985.

Outdoor Educator, Pleasant Valley Outdoor Center, Woodstock, Illinois, 1978—1981.