Stephanie Chisolm, PhD

Stephanie brings many years of experience in urology and education for patients and health care providers to Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN).  She received her PhD in Health Education/Health Promotion from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2000. She has been a University professor, a public health educator and an advocate for patients. Stephanie collaborated on patient education projects in the early years of BCAN. Now, as the Director of Education and Research, she is excited to actively support the BCAN mission. She wants to help raise bladder cancer awareness in the general public. She looks forward to providing education to inform and empower patients. She is eager to support efforts to advance research to improve the lives of those touched by bladder cancer. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys being with her family, fixing old houses, baking, and biking.

 

Creating an environment for patient-centered care in bladder cancer

Creating an environment for patient-centered care in bladder cancer

Meaningful clinical research that delivers real solutions relies on underst ...
Bladder cancer awareness is a year-round effort

Bladder cancer awareness is a year-round effort

Around 80,000 people will be diagnosed with bladder cancer in the USA this ...