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preferred title Clinician Scientist, Adolescent Medicine
research overview Stephani Stancil, PhD, APRN is an adolescent medicine clinician scientist in the Divisions of Adolescent Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutic Innovation at Children's Mercy and an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. For over a decade, her clinical practice has focused on complex teens in specialized and vulnerable populations. Her interdisciplinary, translational research focuses on developing precision therapeutics for adolescent mental health conditions by understanding variability in exposure and response. Her other research interests include improving reproductive health care in teens and reducing risks of vulnerable youth. She is currently serving as an editor-in-training for the ASCPT journal, Clinical and Translational Science.

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Concept Adolescent
Concept Adolescent Behavior
Concept Adolescent Health Services
Academic Article Contraceptive Provision to Adolescent Females Prescribed Teratogenic Medications.
Academic Article Development of a UPLC-MS/MS method for quantitation of metronidazole and 2-hydroxy metronidazole in human plasma and its application to a pharmacokinetic study.
Academic Article Development of a Novel Computerized Clinical Decision Support System to Improve Adolescent Sexual Health Care Provision.
Grant Enhanced Intervention to Improve Adolescent Outcomes: A Clinical Trial
Academic Article Adolescent Reproductive Health Care: Views and Practices of Pediatric Hospitalists.
Academic Article Evaluating metronidazole as a novel, safe CYP2A6 phenotyping probe in healthy adults.
Academic Article Naltrexone Reduces Binge Eating and Purging in Adolescents in an Eating Disorder Program.
Grant Multi-level Emergency Department Intervention to Reduce Pregnancy Risk Among Adolescents
Grant Novel computerized decision support system to increase access to sexual health services for adolescents in the emergency department
Academic Article Adolescent perceptions of pharmacogenetic testing.
Academic Article Brief Motivational Intervention to Improve Adolescent Sexual Health Service Uptake: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial in the Emergency Department.
Academic Article Developmental Considerations for the Use of Naltrexone in Children and Adolescents.

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