Curriculum Vitae

Stacy Greeter, MD, PLLC

9030 58th Dr E, Suite 101A | Bradenton, FL 34202


Education

University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
M.D.
July 2005 – May 2010

Duke University
Durham, NC
B.S. in Psychology, neuroscience concentration with highest honors and minor in chemistry.
August 2001 – May 2005

Graduate Medical Education

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine McGaw Medical Center Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
Chicago, IL
July 2013 – June 2015

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Chicago, IL
July 2010 – June 2013

Licensure and Certification

Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Adult Psychiatry
Sept 15, 2014

Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Sept 24, 2015


Employment

Stacy Greeter, M.D. PLLC
May, 2017-present.

Neuropsychology & Behavioral Health Associates
Sept 2016 to April 2017
I currently treat children, adolescents, adults, and their families at a multidisciplinary private practice where I collaborate with psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, neuropsychologists, and learning disability specialists. I believe in treating the whole family as a system to achieve the best outcome with the least medication.

Trillium Family Services Residential Treatment Facility at the Parry Center for Children.
July 2015 to Aug 2016
I practiced as a full time child and adolescent psychiatrist at Trillium Family Services Residential Treatment Facility, managing children with complex acute psychiatric illness to stabilize them enough to return to the community. I collaborated with and lead a team of mental health professionals, including therapists, skills trainers, and nurses.

Northshore University Health System Evanston Hospital Moonlighter
Feb 2012 –June 2015
Employed by Evanston Hospital to round on psychiatry inpatients and cover medical floor and emergency room consults on the weekends under the supervision of an attending over the phone.

 

Honors, Awards, and Distinctions

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Educational Outreach Program 2014
This award is based on submission of an essay and CV and covers travel expenses and registration for the AACAP annual meeting in October 2014. The award includes participation in a mentorship program, a breakfast program specifically designed for trainees, networking sessions, an award luncheon, and focus groups.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine General Psychiatry Residency

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Beiser Award 2012
Awarded based on submission of an essay explaining my interest in child and adolescent psychiatry.

Dr. Virginia Tarlow Award in Psychiatry for Outstanding Patient Care and Outstanding Performance on the National Psychiatry Resident in Training Exam (PRITE) 2011.

Awarded for scoring in the 99th percentile on both the neurology and psychiatry sections of the Psychiatry Resident-in-Training Exam.

 

University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Morehead Medical Scholarship, 2005-2010
Full tuition scholarship awarded based on academic excellence.

Scott Neil Schwirck Fellowship for Medical Student Research, January 2009
This fellowship is awarded to one student per year at UNC School of Medicine who submits an outstanding research proposal.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Medical Student Research Fellowship, April 2009
Awarded annually to 70 medical students in the United States based on submission of a competitive research proposal to study autism spectrum disorder.

Doris Duke Research Fellowship, April 2009
Awarded based on academic merit and submission of a competitive research proposal. Declined award so as to pursue Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship.

Research Grant from the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), June 2006
Based on submission of a competitive research proposal to investigate short term MRI changes in patients with schizophrenia treated with typical and atypical antipsychotics.

John B. Graham Research Society, 2006 – 2010
Inducted following presentation of research on schizophrenia at UNC School of
Medicine Student Research Day.

Duke University
Phi Beta Kappa, 2005

Howard Hughes Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Summer 2002
Awarded based on academic merit and commitment to scientific research to study obsessive compulsive disorder.

Mayo Clinic Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Summer 2005
Awarded based on academic merit and commitment to scientific research to study Alzheimer’s disease.

Stephen Babcock AY Scholarship
An award funded by private donors. Recipients are selected by Duke University.

Psi Chi Honor Society in Psychology
Membership awarded by Duke University for a 4.0 GPA in psychology.

Graduated Summa Cum Laude 2005
Dean’s List with Distinction 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005

 


Professional Activities

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Thresholds Young Adult Program, July 2014-Jan 2015
Conducted intake evaluations and follow up visits for medication management of psychiatrically complex young adult DCFS wards with severe trauma histories.

Family Therapy Elective, Feb 2014 –June 2015
Gained additional experience in family therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy through direct one-on-one supervision with Dr. Richard Wendel and review of my own video-taped therapy sessions.

Social Skills Group Elective, Aug 2014 – Oct 2014
Gained experience conducting group therapy and teaching social skills to boys age 9-11 by co-leading a weekly social skills group.

Teaching Elective, Feb 2015 – June 2015
Created a lecture series for the child neurology fellows on a variety of topics in child and adolescent psychiatry. Also presented to the general pediatric residents on treatment of depression in a primary care setting.

Motivational Interviewing Elective, Feb 2015 – June 2015
Gained additional experience in motivational interviewing techniques through direct one-on-one supervision from Dr. Kelly Lowry and review of my own video-taped therapy sessions.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine General Psychiatry Residency

Advocacy Day 2013
Visited the state capital in Springfield, IL with other residents and Dr. James Mackenzie and met with congressmen to advocate for mental health reform.

 

Research

Pilot Study of the Effect of Aripiprazole on Repetitive Behaviors and fMRI Activation in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Dr. Linmarie Sikich, Department of Psychiatry, UNC School of Medicine
Dr. Gabriel Dichter, Brain Imaging and Analysis Center, Duke University
April 2009 – May 2010
Funding: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Medical Student Fellowship
Scott Neil Schwirck Fellowship

Regional Change in Brain Morphometry in Schizophrenia Associated with Short Term Antipsychotic Treatment.
Dr. Robert McClure, Department of Psychiatry, UNC School of Medicine
June 2006-July 2006
Funding: Research Grant from the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney diseases (NIDDK)

The Effect of Beta Amyloid Induced Oxidative Stress on G-protein Function in SN56 Cholinergic Cells.
Dr. Haiyan Zhang, Mayo Clinic
June 2004-July 2004
Funding: Mayo Clinic Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Assessment of Different Learning Strategies of Transgenic and Nontransgenic 2576 Mice in Two Different Spatial Learning Tasks; T-maze and Water Maze.
Dr. Michelle Nicolle, Mayo Clinic
June 2004-July 2004
Funding: Mayo Clinic Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Stereotyped Behaviors of the Dopamine Transporter KO Mouse as a Model for OCD.
Dr. William Wetsel, Duke University
June 2002–July 2002
Funding: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Cortico-Striatal Synaptic Defects and OCD-like Behaviors in Sapap3 Mutant Mice.
Dr. William Wetsel, Duke University.
January 2003 – May 2005

Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Combined with Antidepressants in the Treatment of Depressed Patients with Comorbid Personality Disorders.
Dr. Thomas Lynch, Duke University
August 2002 – December 2002

 

Scholarly Bibliography

McClure, R.K. Carew K., Greeter S., Maushauer, E, Steen, G., Weinberger D.R., “Absence of regional brain volume change in schizophrenia associated with short-term atypical antipsychotic treatment.” Schizophrenia Research. 98(1-3):29-39. 2008.

Pogorelov, V.M., Greeter, S., Swilling, D., Caron, M.G., and Wetsel, W.C.: “Compulsive-like checking behavior in dopamine transporter knockout (KO) mice.” Abstract. Thirty Third Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (New Orleans, LA), November 8-12, 2003.

I was acknowledged in the below publication for major contributions to the study:

Welch, Lu, Rodriquiz, Trotta, Peca, Ding, Feliciano, Chen, Adams, Luo, Dudek, Weinberg, Calakos, Wetsel, Feng. “Cortico-striatal synaptic defects and OCD-like behaviors in Sapap3 mutant mice.” Nature. 448 (7156):894-900. 2007.

 

Presentations

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Healthy Boundaries for Kids with Electronic Media.” Feb, 2017. Oral Presentation for Pineview High School.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Differential Diagnosis with DSM-5.” Jan 13, 2017. Upcoming Oral Presentation for The Lower West Coast Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Psychotic Disorders and PTSD.” June 9, 2015. Oral Presentation for Lurie Children’s Child Neurology Fellows.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Developmental Disorders and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.” May, 26, 2015. Oral Presentation for Lurie Children’s Child Neurology Fellows.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Depression, Anxiety, and Self-Injury.” April 7, 2015. Oral Presentation for Lurie Children’s Child Neurology Fellows.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Treating Depression for the Primary Care Physician.” March 16, 2015. Oral Presentation for Lurie Children’s Pediatric Residents.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Treatment of ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders.” Feb 17, 2015. Oral Presentation for Lurie Children’s Child Neurology Fellows.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Engaging a Treatment Resistant Self-Injurious Adolescent in Therapy. Multidisciplinary Case Conference.” Lurie Children’s Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Sept 29, 2014. Oral Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy MD. “Treatment Refractory Suicidal Behavior in an Adolescent. Multidisciplinary Case Conference.” Lurie Children’s Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Oct 28, 2013. Oral Presentation.

Aneja, M, Archer, A, Doyle, M, Greeter, S, Landess, J, Lowden, C, Pumphrey D. “DSM-5: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going.” Virginia Tarlow, M.D. Grand Rounds. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dec 2013. Oral Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy. “fMRI of Citalopram Treatment in Autism.” Howard Hughes Medical Institute 2010 Meeting of Medical Fellows, Research Scholars, and Physician-Scientist Early Career Awardees. May 2010. Poster Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy. “Regional change in brain morphometry in schizophrenia associated with short term antipsychotic treatment.” University of North Carolina School of Medicine Student Research Day, January 2007. Poster Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy. “The effect of beta amyloid induced oxidative stress on G-protein function in SN56 cholinergic cells.” Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center in Jacksonville, Fl. July 2004. Oral Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy. “Assessment of the different learning strategies of transgenic and nontransgenic 2576 mice in two different spatial learning tasks; T-maze and water maze.” Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center in Jacksonville, Fl. July 2004. Oral Presentation.

Greeter, Stacy. “Stereotyped behaviors of the dopamine transporter KO mouse as a model for OCD.” Duke University Howard Hughes Research Fellowship Symposium. July, 2002. Poster Presentation.

Professional Organizations

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry