Stephanie Fox, B.S.
Phone: (518) 442-9078
Fax: (518) 442-4834
Campus office: 1535 Western Avenue
Areas of Expertise: autism spectrum disorders, infant and toddler social development
Stephanie Fox received a B.S. degree in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. As an undergraduate student, she completed an honors thesis examining the early socio-emotional development of infants at genetic risk for developing an autism spectrum disorder. She also worked as an undergraduate therapist at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) in Pittsburgh, PA. During her employment at WPIC, Stephanie worked on the hospital’s numerous inpatient units where she earned experience with various forms of mental illness. After graduating, Stephanie assumed the role of project coordinator for the Toddler Social Development portion of the Pitt Early Autism Study (PEAS). Her professional experience as a member of the PEAS study included working closely with infants and toddlers with autism and their families, in both clinical and home settings, in order to investigate potential early indicators of autism spectrum disorders. She is currently enrolled as a clinical doctoral student at the University at Albany, SUNY.