Meyer Stephanie

Stephanie Meyer, MD (she/her)

Position: PGY-1

Steph grew up in Weston, MA and attended Wake Forest University in NC where she majored in Biology and minored in Spanish and Chemistry. Following college, she worked in clinical research at Dana-Farber/ Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorder Center. Additionally, she completed a master’s of science degree at Boston University School of Medicine with a master’s thesis in wet lab research in solid tumor oncology. While in medical school, she completed the MAESTRO Spanish Certificate program which aims to train culturally respectful Spanish-speaking providers to care for Hispanic patient populations. In addition, she completed a global health rotation in Costa Rica and volunteered as a Spanish interpreter at community health clinics in Winston-Salem.  While in medical school, she completed advocacy research focused on refugee health, food insecurity and mental health.  She was drawn to Brown due to its medium size and the genuine comradery she felt between the residents on interview day. She comes to residency interested in hematology/oncology or infectious disease but will be keeping an open mind. Outside of the hospital, you can catch her doing anything active – playing tennis, basketball, skiing, or snowboarding and cheering on Duke basketball and the New York Yankees. She is overjoyed to be completing residency close to her family and friends!