Stephanie Loo, MSc is a doctoral candidate in Health Services Research at Boston University School of Public Health. She received her BS in Anthropology and Human Biology from Emory University and MSc in Global Health and Population from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Stephanie’s research interests focus on the intersection of clinical informatics and social determinants of health. Her dissertation work focuses on applying mixed methods to examine the impact of social risk screenings on mental health in the adult safety net. Her past work includes past mixed-methods research in HIV, cross-cultural leadership during mass casualty incidents, sexual gender minorities and forcibly displaced communities. She formerly was an AHRQ T32 predoctoral fellow and previously worked in implementation science and conducted research using national clinical data databases as Project Director of the Informatics Team at The Fenway Institute in Boston, MA. She has worked as a consultant for The World Bank, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In addition to being a student member and prior ARM abstract reviewer, Stephanie serves as Secretary of the AcademyHealth Global Health and Health Care Interest Group.

Ms. Loo is a recipient of a 2022 AcademyHealth Alice S. Hersh Student Scholarship for the Annual Research Meeting.