Miss Stergiani Tsoli BSc MPhil

Research Assistant


Stella joined International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) Synthesis and Reviews Office as a Research Assistant in June 2016. She holds a BSc in Environmental Science with honours from University of the Aegean (2009-2014), Greece and a MPhil in Public Health from University of Cambridge (2014-2015). She is ,also, the Managing Editor for the International Development Coordinating Group (IDCG) of the Campbell Collaboration. 





Stella's main research interests include environmental health,air pollution, climate change, behaviour change and maternal and newborn health.

She currently supports 3ie’s Evidence Gap Map on Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health in collaboration with the World Health Organization and in-house research activities. 

Prior to 3ie, Stella was supporting Doctors of the World in Greece where she was strengthening their health units at the refugee camps and managing their collaboration with the International Observatory. She has worked for the WHO in Geneva HQs, where she finalized the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) platform of the Multisectoral Action Framework on Malaria launched by Roll Back Malaria Partnership.

She is leading a systematic review on the association of exposure to PM during pregnancy and birth weight, in collaboration with LSHTM and University of the Aegean and a systematic review on the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) interventions and behaviour change in collaboration with the University of Cambridge.

Research areas

  • Adolescent health
  • Behaviour change
  • Child health
  • Climate change
  • Complex interventions
  • Environment
  • Environmental Health
  • Evaluation
  • Evidence use
  • Global Health
  • Neonatal health
  • Public health


  • Development studies
  • Epidemiology

Disease and Health Conditions

  • Malaria


  • World

Other interests

  • Air Pollution
  • Behavioural And Cultural Change
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