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Shelby Stockman Fisher

Shelby Stockman Fisher



MPH, Environmental and Occupational Health, École de Hautes Études en Santé Publique
MPH, University of Sheffield
BA, Biology and Political Science, Williams College

Shelby Stockman Fisher is an epidemiologist at RTI and is well versed in impact assessment, protocol and report development, survey design and analysis, stakeholder engagement, and quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

Currently, Ms. Fisher leverages her expertise across several projects, including RECOVER, Bio-Khoj, and the NWTEC HIV Literature Review. With RECOVER, she aids in the coordination of 7 committees which evaluate and prioritize interventions for Long COVID, and with Bio-Khoj, she aids in research coordination and analysis of the current landscape of emerging and reemerging human pathogen surveillance. Additionally with NWTEC, she collaborated on and co-authored a literature review outlining the current strategies and program gaps in HIV interventions targeting indigenous peoples in North America.

Before joining RTI in 2022, Ms. Fisher was a member of the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region’s (ASPHER) COVID-19 taskforce. She was also a graduate research intern for the Netherlands Red Cross and a Princeton in Asia fellow at the Rato Bangala Foundation in Nepal.

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