Dr. Stoll is an Assistant Research Professor in the Dermatology Department at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He obtained his Diplom (M.S.) degree in biology and Dr. rer. nat (PhD) in genetics from the University of Tübingen in Germany. He joined the University of Michigan in 1993 as a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. James T. Elder's laboratory and was promoted to his current position in 1998.
Dr. Stoll is the recipient of several research grants and awards including a Paul Janssen Dermatology Foundation Research Fellowship (1997), an Arden/Lever/Chesebrough-Pond's Dermatology Foundation Research Career Development Award (1998-2001) and two research grant awards from the National Institutes of Health (R03: 2004-2007; K01: 2006-2011).
Dr. Stoll's research interests are focused on the function of epidermal growth factor receptor signaling for keratinocyte proliferation, differentiation and survival. His current research aims to identify how metalloproteinases regulate EGF-like growth factor shedding and EGF receptor activation in keratinocytes and skin.