Stacey is a principal, health scientist with our ChemRisk team in Pittsburgh. She is also the technical area lead for the Epidemiology Center of Excellence and her work is primarily a mix of regulatory and litigation support.
Predominantly known for her clinical and behavioral research expertise for tobacco clients, Stacey supports pre-market tobacco application submissions to the FDA for non-combustible alternative nicotine products that are appropriate for the protection of public health. Her research and support focus on exposures to heavy metals like lead, talc, asbestos, particulate matter, arsenic, and ethylene oxide. Stacey’s projects are complex and require collaboration—she loves investigating exposures and the health-effects associated with those exposures because it gives her the opportunity to work with toxicologists, engineers, biostatisticians and, of course, other epidemiologists.
Away from work, Stacey loves knitting and quilting. She has many pets and love walking the fields and watching them play. Stacey is currently training for her first Olympic distance triathlon—something she’s really looking forward to.