Dr. Stephanie Carreiro, MD, FACEP, FACMT
Stephanie Carreiro, MD is an emergency medicine physician, medical toxicologist and digital health researcher. She is a 2009 graduate of New York Medical College, and completed her Emergency Medicine Residency in 2013 at Brown University. She completed a medical toxicology fellowship at the University of Massachusetts in 2015 and remained on faculty as an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Carreiro has a passion for translational research, which she first discovered during residency while evaluating novel antidotes for cardiotoxicity in animal models. She now focuses on clinical research in substance use disorder space, with a particular focus on the current opioid epidemic. Her current research interests include the utilization of of novel technologies and serum biomarkers to evaluate drug toxicity and substance use disorder. She is the recipient of multiple industry and federally funded research grants, including a K23 Mentored Career Development Award and a R44 Small Business Innovation and Research Award, both from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. She currently partners with RAE health for this SBIR award, and is principal investigator on the upcoming randomized controlled trial to determine the efficacy of the RAE digital intervention platform for stress and craving detection in recovery.
Monday October 26th
Afternoon Plenary - Technology in Treatment Collaborative
1.5 CE Credit
Dr. Krieger will moderate a discussion regarding the use of technology in treatment programs for substance use disorder. With the onset of COVID-19 programs are being forced to look at new technologies to deliver care to patients. This session will offer new suggestions for treatment facilities and providers while exploring innovations on the horizon.