Stefanie Goodell earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Michigan in 2005. After which she spent 5 years as a research technician in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In 2010, Stefanie became the laboratory manager for Dr. James Ferrara in the Pediatrics Bone Marrow Transplant Program. It was there that she received exposure to clinical trial studies including an international multi-site consortium. Stefanie joined CanSORT’s Research Management Team (RMT) in August 2014, where she will continue her involvement in human subject studies in order to improve the quality of care for cancer patients. Stefanie works on the P01 grant, “The Challenges of Individualizing Treatments for Patients with Breast Cancer,” primarily on the projects relating to CanSORT’s intervention work: a breast cancer treatment patient decision tool and clinician-facing website interventions. In addition, she takes part in some of the administrative aspects of the program including grant preparation, purchasing, website updates, and driving social media activity. Stefanie will also use her prior experience with graphics and apply that to several areas of the CanSORT program.