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Kaitlyn  Stanhope

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Faculty, Epidemiology

Dr. Kaitlyn Stanhope’s work is focused on understanding how stress, resilience, and adversity across the life course are embodied in women’s health, primarily during and following pregnancy. Using an Ecosocial, life course perspective, Dr. Stanhope’s current work with Dr. Suglia is focused on understanding how adversity across the life course may increase risk of incident cardiometabolic dysfunction during pregnancy and decline in cardiometabolic function following pregnancy.  Dr. Stanhope also works with community groups and clinicians to test the impact of interventions to improve maternal outcomes among communities disproportionately impacted by structural adversity, particularly in the Southeast. 

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Areas of Interest

  • Adolescent Health/Child Health
  • Maternal and Child Health


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