Stephanie Loo, Ph.D., M.Sc. is a Research Scientist at Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet), Massachusetts General Hospital. She is an experienced social care researcher, focusing on qualitative methods and implementation science evaluating the intersection of social determinants of health and clinical informatics in multiple healthcare settings such as emergency care, primary care, pediatric hematology and breast oncology. Additionally, she has consulting experience conducting and developing research and training researchers on qualitative and community-based participatory research, including projects in Cameroon, India, and Liberia.
Her past work includes past mixed-methods research in HIV, cross-cultural leadership during mass casualty incidents in the US and Europe, sexual gender minorities and forcibly displaced communities. She previously worked in quality improvement and clinical informatics 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, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Boston University School of Public Health.