Stacey Fedewa, PhD

Strategic Director, Risk Factors & Screening Surveillance

Stacey Fedewa, PhD, is an epidemiologist and Senior Principal Scientist in the Surveillance and Health Services Research department at the American Cancer Society.  Dr. Fedewa’s research focuses on disparities and access to cancer screening, and early detection as well as HPV vaccination. She also examines utilization of cancer screening and preventive services in relation to health policies and recommendations. Her work has been used to inform national roundtables on colorectal cancer screening, HPV vaccination, and lung cancer.

Prior to her current role at the American Cancer Society, Dr. Fedewa began her career at ACS as a research analyst in 2008 and returned to ACS upon completion of her doctoral degree.

Dr. Fedewa has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, two book chapters, and co-authors the biennial Cancer Prevention & Early Detection Facts & Figures.

Education

  • PhD, Epidemiology, Emory University, 2016
  • MPH, Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2008

See Stacey Fedewa's complete list of publications on PubMed