Faculty and Staff
|Title:||Assistant Director of Pre-Award
|Department:||Office of Research
College of Engineering and Computing
- B.Sc. Exercise Science - Southeastern Louisiana University, 2011
- M.Sc. Biomechanics - Louisiana State University, 2016
- Clinical and Translational Research Scholar - Clemson University, 2021
- Fowler, L.A., Ellis, S.M. The Effect of 12-Hour Shifts, Time of Day and Sleepiness on Emotional Empathy and Burnout in Medical Students. Clocks and Sleep. 2019 Dec. 1. 501-509.
- Fowler, L.A, Ellis, S.M. The Effect of 12-Hour EMT Shifts on Medical Student Fatigue, Empathy and Burnout. Journal of Sleep Medicine, 64, Supplement 1, S118-S119.
- MacLellan, M. J., Ellis, S. M. Shoulder muscle activity dampens arm swing motion when altering upper Limb mass characteristics during locomotion. Journal of Motor Behavior. 2019 Oct;51(4): p. 428-RA.
- MacLellan, M. J., Ellis, S. M. Shoulder muscle activity acts to dampen, not drive arm swing motion when altering upper limb mass characteristics. International Society of Posture & Gait Research. Abstract in Press.
- Ellis, S. (Author). Automating the Grant Management Process: A Smartsheet Initiative – National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Regional Meeting. 2022 Apr, Louisville, KY.
- Chosed, R (Author); Ellis, R; Ellis, S (Author). SOARinG to Excellence by Developing a Structured Medical Student Research Program. Association of American Medical Colleges – Southern Group on Educational Affairs (SGEA). MAR 2022, Virtual.
- Ellis, S (Author); Ellis, R; Chosed, R (Author). The Office of Medical Student Research: SOARinG to New Heights. National Council of University Research Administration (NCURA). 2021 Aug, Virtual.
- Fowler, L. A. (Author), Ellis, S. M. (Author). The Effect of 12-Hour EMT Shifts on
Medical Student Fatigue, Empathy and Burnout. World Sleep Congress, 2019 Sep, Vancouver,
- MacLellan, M. J. (Author), Ellis, S. M. (Author). Shoulder muscle activity acts to dampen, not drive arm swing motion when altering upper limb mass characteristics. The International Society of Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR), 2017 Jun, Canada.