Stacy Beller Stryer, M.D.  

Medical Practice
Better Health
Psychobiology, BS, Wellesley CollegeUndergraduate, - 1985
MD, Medicine, Yale University School of MedicinePost Graduate, - 1991
Medical Training
Childrens Hospital of Northern California - Fellowship - - 1994
About the Doctor
Stacy Beller Stryer, M.D., FAAP graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College in 1985, where she majored in psychobiology. After graduation, she worked at the National Institute of Mental Health before attending Yale University School of Medicine. She received her medical degree in 1991 and completed her pediatrics training at Childrens Hospital of Northern California in 1994. Dr. Stryer joined the Indian Health Service as a pediatrician and the Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Coordinator in Kayenta, Arizona. In 1997, she moved to Maryland, where she is currently in private practice. Dr. Stryer is also an author, speaker, consultant and blogger. She recently authored a book on anorexia and is a contributing author on a book about pediatricians, both of which are due on the bookshelves mid-2009. She is currently working on her third book. Dr. Stryer has consulted and written for the National Institutes of Health, Revolution Health, and currently, Better Health.
Recent Blog Entries
A big part of pediatrics is what we call “anticipatory guidance” and preventive medicine. This is where we get to impart our wisdo...

Apr 17, 2009 - 3 Comments
As a parent, we often think these are years to be feared. Years that we wish we could just blink away. We hear horror stories fro...