Stacy E. Croteau
Dr. Stacy Croteau received her B.S. and M.S. in Neuroscience, and her M.D. at Brown University, where she was awarded AOA. She was resident and chief resident in pediatrics at Boston’s Children’s Hospital and received the Sydney Farber Award. At the time of her application, she was a third year Pediatric Hematology-Oncology fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital and was accepted on faculty at Harvard as an instructor in pediatrics. Her research during fellowship was on a clinical review of Kaposi form Angioendotheliomas which resulted in 2 publications in the Journal of Pediatrics (2013, and 2014) as well as an ASH Trainee Research Award. She was the first fellow to complete the BCH-Novartis Clinical Fellowship in Early Oncology Drug Discovery. While a NHF-Baxalta Clinical Fellow, Dr. Croteau will be mentored by Dr. Ellis Neufeld, Medical Director of the Boston Hemophilia Center. She also has plans to pursue clinical research in “rationally designed personalized prophylaxis regimens”.