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Hire Dr. Shannon Wichlacz
United States
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Educational Psychologist with expertise in program evaluation, research methods, survey develpoment and data analysis.

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Writing Technical Writing, Copywriting, Newswriting
Research Market Research, User Research, Fact Checking, Gap Analysis, Systematic Literature Review
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Big Data Analytics, Data Insights
Work Experience

Reserach Assistant Professor

University at Buffalo

December 2012 - September 2021

Lead Evaluator

The National Center for Physician Training in Addiction Medicine

October 2013 - November 2016

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Education Policy, Organization & Leadership

August 2011 - November 2012

Director of Research & Evaluation

Roswell Park Cancer Institute, New York State Smokers’ Quitline

August 2007 - August 2011

Education

PhD in Educational Psychology

State University of New York at Buffalo

September 2001 - May 2006

MA in Humanities - Educational Technology & Media Studies/Digital Arts

State University of New York at Buffalo

August 1999 - August 2001

MA in Education

State University of New York at Buffalo

August 1997 - May 1999

Certifications
  • Certification details not provided.
Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Koury, S.T., Carlin-Menter, S., Dey-Rao, R., Kelly, K.(2021). Gene Annotation in High Schools: Successful Student Pipeline and Teacher Professional Development in Bioscience Using GENI-ACT . Frontiers in Microbiology. 11.
Carlin-Menter, S.M., Malouin, R.A., WinklerPrins, V., Danzo, A., Blondell, R.D.(2016). Training Family Medicine Clerkship Students in Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: A CERA Study . Family medicine. 48. (8). p. 618-623.
Krupski, L., Cummings, K.M., Hyland, A., Mahoney, M.C., Toll, B.A., Carpenter, M.J., Carlin-Menter, S.(2014). Cost and Effectiveness of Combination Nicotine Replacement Therapy among Heavy Smokers Contacting a Quitline . Journal of Smoking Cessation. 11. (1). p. 50-59.
Carlin-Menter, S.(2013). Exploring the effectiveness of an online writing workspace to support literacy in a social studies classroom . E-Learning and Digital Media. 10. (4). p. 407-419.
Krupski, L., Cummings, K.M., Hyland, A., Carlin-Menter, S., Toll, B.A., Mahoney, M.C.(2013). Nicotine replacement therapy distribution to light daily smokers calling a quitline . Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 15. (9). p. 1572-1577.
Latimer-Cheung, A.E., Fucito, L.M., Carlin-Menter, S., Rodriguez, J., Raymond, L., Salovey, P., Makuch, R., Cummings, K.M., Toll, B.A.(2012). How do perceptions about cessation outcomes moderate the effectiveness of a gain-framed smoking cessation telephone counseling intervention? . Journal of Health Communication. 17. (9). p. 1081-1098.
Toll, B.A., Cummings, K.M., O'Malley, S.S., Carlin-Menter, S., McKee, S.A., Hyland, A., Wu, R., Hopkins, J., Celestino, P.(2012). Tobacco Quitlines Need to Assess and Intervene with Callers' Hazardous Drinking . Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 36. (9). p. 1653-1658.
Cummings, K.M., Hyland, A., Carlin-Menter, S., Mahoney, M.C., Willett, J., Juster, H.R.(2011). Costs of giving out free nicotine patches through a telephone quit line . Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 17. (3).
Carlin-Menter, S., Cummings, K.M., Celestino, P., Hyland, A., Mahoney, M.C., Willett, J., Juster, H.R.(2011). Does offering more support calls to smokers influence quit success? . Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 17. (3).
Fucito, L.M., Latimer, A.E., Carlin-Menter, S., Salovey, P., Cummings, K.M., Makuch, R.W., Toll, B.A.(2011). Nicotine dependence as a moderator of a quitline-based message framing intervention . Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 114. (2-3). p. 229-232.
Toll, B.A., Martino, S., Latimer, A., Salovey, P., O'Malley, S., Carlin-Menter, S., Hopkins, J., Wu, R., Celestino, P., Cummings, K.M.(2010). Randomized trial: Quitline specialist training in gain-framed vs standard-care messages for smoking cessation . Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 102. (2). p. 96-106.
O'connor, R.J., Carlin-Menter, S.M., Celestino, P.B., Bax, P., Brown, A., Cummings, K.M., Bauer, J.E.(2008). Using Direct Mail to Prompt Smokers to Call a Quitline . Health Promotion Practice. 9. (3). p. 262-270.
O'Connor, R., Fix, B., Celestino, P., Carlin-Menter, S., Hyland, A., Cummings, K.M.(2006). Financial incentives to promote smoking cessation: Evidence from 11 quit and win contests . Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 12. (1). p. 44-51.
Cummings, K.M., Hyland, A., Fix, B., Bauer, U., Celestino, P., Carlin-Menter, S., Miller, N., Frieden, T.R.(2006). Free Nicotine Patch Giveaway Program. 12-Month Follow-up of Participants . American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 31. (2). p. 181-184.
Bauer, J.E., Carlin-Menter, S.M., Celestino, P.B., Hyland, A., Cummings, K.M.(2006). Giving away free nicotine medications and a cigarette substitute (better quit®) to promote calls to a quitline . Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 12. (1). p. 60-67.
Cummings, K.M., Fix, B., Celestino, P., Carlin-Menter, S., O'Connor, R., Hyland, A.(2006). Reach, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness of free nicotine medication giveaway programs . Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 12. (1). p. 37-43.