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Ellen L. Stover

Ellen L. Stover, American federal agency administrator, health scientist. Recipient Superior Service award, United States Public Health Service, 1992, 1993, National Institutes of Health Director's award, 1996, Presidential Rank award, 2001. Director division Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, health, behavior National Institute of Mental Health; Member of American Psychological Association.

Background

  • Stover, Ellen L. was born on November 21, 1950 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Ralph and Charlotte (Tulchin) Simon.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with honors, University Wisconsin, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University, Washington, 1978.

    Career

    • Consultant National Institute Mental Health (National Institute of Mental Health), Rockville, Maryland, 1972-1974, executive secretary drug abuse research review committee, 1974-1976, special assistant to associate director extramural programs, 1976-1977, chief small grants program, 1977-1979, assistant then acting chief research resources branch, 1980-1985, deputy director Division Basic Sciences, 1985-1988, director office Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, since 1988, director Division Mental Disorders, Behavioral Research & Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (DMDBA), since 1997.

    Membership

    Director division Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, health, behavior National Institute of Mental Health. Member of American Psychological Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Gardening, dance.

    Connections

    • Married Alan B. Stover, June 3, 1973. Children: Elena Randall Simon, Randall Alan Simon, Samantha Anne Simon.
    • father: Ralph Simon
    • mother: Charlotte (Tulchin) Simon
    • spouse: Alan B. Stover
    • children: Elena Randall Simon Stover
    • Randall Alan Simon Stover
    • Samantha Anne Simon Stover
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    Born November 21, 1950
    (age 66)
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