Stacey L. Bevan, BS, BSN, RN
Stacey Bevan is a predoctoral scholar and Hillman Scholar of Nursing Innovation at Penn Nursing and is dually enrolled in a Master’s of Statistics program at Wharton School of Buisness. She completed a Bachelors of Science in Biology and International Relations at Tufts University in 2015. Stacey is a practicing nurse in pediatric psychiatry and child-maternal public health in Philadelphia. She has also completed clinical research fellowships in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Minority Health and Health Disparities at the University of Miami School of Nursing. Stacey’s research interests lie at the intersection of pediatric developmental-behavioral conditions, health equity and global migratory processes. Her dissertation explores early identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Hispanic immigrant children. Other projects investigate disability in carceral systems, health policy implications of indigenous food sovereignty, longitudinal child environmental exposures, quality improvement in surgical care and psychometric properties of translated clinical instruments. Stacey is committed to disseminating research findings through teaching and public scholarship.