Clinical Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Department / Division:
/ Behavioral Medicine
Durham, NC 27710
- PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2011
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Wake Forest University School of Medicine (North Carolina), 2011-2013
Cognitive-behavioral coping skills, coping with illness, pain, anxiety, mindfulness, emotion regulation
Dr. Stonerock is interested in coping strategies and psychosocial interventions among individuals with chronic illnesses, especially solid organ transplant recipients and candidates. His previous work includes research on coping strategies for chronic and acute pain, sickle cell disease, and the interrelation between sleep and pain processing. Current research interests include identifying psychosocial predictors of good medical outcomes and quality of life for patients after transplantation.