Stephanie Wagner, MD
Undergraduate: Yale University
Medical School: Emory University (AOA)
Steph was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, before moving to New England for high school and college. She attended Yale University for her undergraduate degree and majored in Global Affairs, with a focus on development economics. After graduation, she completed a post-baccalaureate program at John Hopkins University and then spent a year as a research assistant on a health systems research team in the Department of General Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital. She attended Emory University School of Medicine where she was involved in near-peer teaching, undergraduate health research mentorship, and health disparities and quality of care evaluation at a local autism clinic. In addition to her MD, Steph earned an MPH in Epidemiology from the Rollins School of Public Health, where her research focused on epidemiologic patterns in diagnosis and treatment for transgender and gender non-conforming youth. She was selected into the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) honor society as well as the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society.
Steph is interested in using her Triple Board training to better understand how to build integrated models of care for patients who have complex medical and psychiatric needs, particularly trans and gender non-conforming youth. She is excited to continue bridging different fields of knowledge to provide more innovative and comprehensive care for children and their families. In her free time, Steph is an avid baker, knitter, U.S. Women’s National Team fan, and long distance runner. She and her husband are excited to be moving to Providence and hosting as many dinner parties as possible!