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Stephanie E. Wallace, MD

Stephanie E. Wallace, MD

Genetics

On staff since September 2005

Children's Title: Associate Clinical Director, Medical Genetics

Stephanie E. Wallace, MD, is attending physician at Seattle Children's Hospital and assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Wallace is board certified in Pediatrics and Clinical Genetics.

Her clinical work is performed primarily through the Medical Genetics Clinic at Childrens. She also sees patients in genetics clinics in Bellingham, Yakima and Wenatchee, Wash., and in the State of Alaska outreach clinic. She leads the Neurofibromatosis Clinic and participates in the Skeletal Dysplasia Clinic at Children's and provides an adult cancer genetics clinic at Tacoma General Hospital. Areas of interest include skeletal dysplasias and cancer genetics.

Recommendations

  • Honey-Marie Lake Stevens, WA 01.05.15

    Dr. Stephanie Wallace was amazing at our appointment. She took the time to be thurough and not rushed. Answered all our questions and gave us all the information we needed. She was genuinely concerned with the wellbeing of my baby. She was very approachable and her bedside manner was engaging.

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatrics
Clinical Genetics (MD)

Medical/Professional School

UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles

Residency

Combined Pediatrics-Medical Genetics, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles

Clinical Interests

Long term management of genetic disorders; skeletal dysplasias

Awards and Honors

Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
Western Society of Pediatric Research Travel Award 2004
Paul Rubenstein, MD Award for Excellence in Clinical Research 2002
Magna cum laude, University of Washington 1995
Howard Hughes Research Scholarship, University of Washington 1994
Phi Beta Kappa, University of Washington 1992
The major goal is to introduce novel experimental standards that are realistic known complex protein samples, uniquely based on the diverse proteins.

Publications

  • Stephanie E. Wallace, MD
    Clinical Features in a 4 year old male with trisomy 8p23.3p11.1
  • Bachmann-Gagescu R, Mefford HC, Cowan C, Glew GM, Hing AV, Wallace S, Bader PI, Hamati A, Reitnauer PJ, Smith R, Stockton DW, Muhle H, Helbig I, Eichler EE, Ballif BC, Rosenfeld J, Tsuchiya KD
    Recurrent 200-kb deletions of 16p11.2 that include the SH2B1 gene are associated with developmental delay and obesity.
    20808231 Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics , 2010 Oct. : 12(10)641-7
  • Earl D, Wallace S, Tsuchiya K
    Recurrence of a 1 Mb 9q34.3 subtelomeric deletion in siblings detected by oligonucleotide array
  • Wallace SE, Earl DE, White K, Goldberg, MJ
    Macrocephaly, conductive hearing loss, atrial septal defect, and congenital radial head dislocation in a father and two sons
  • D'haene B, Nevado J, Pugeat M, Pierquin G, Lowry RB, Reardon W, Delicado A, Garcia-Minaur S, Palomares M, Courtens W, Stefanova M, Wallace S, Watkins W, Shelling AN, Wiezorek D, Veitia RA, De Paepe A, Lapunzina P, De Baere E
    FOXL2 copy number changes in the molecular pathogenesis of BPES: Unique cohort of 17 deletions
    Human Mutation , 2010 : 31((5))E1332-E1347
  • Wallace SE, Goldberg MJ, Done S
    Distal Phalanx and Nail Hypoplasia Associated with Osteopetrosis: Report of an Affected Mother and Son
  • Wallace SE, Lachman RS, Mekikian PB, Bui KK, Wilcox WR
    Marked phenotypic variability in progressive diaphyseal dysplasia (Camurati-Engelmann disease): report of a four-generation pedigree, identification of a mutation in TGFB1, and review.
    15326622 American journal of medical genetics. Part A , 2004 Sept. 1 : 129A(3)235-47
  • Wallace SE, Lachman RS, Mekikian PB, Bui KK, Wilcox WR
    Progressive Diaphyseal Dysplasia (Camurati-Engelmann Disease): Report of a Four-Generation Pedigree, Review of the Literature, and Identification of a Mutation in TGFB1
  • Wallace SE, Lachman RS, Mekikian PB, Bui KK, Wilcox WR
    Marked Phenotype Variability in Progressive Diaphyseal Dysplasia (Camurati-Engelmann Disease): Report of a Four-Generation Pedigree, Identification of a Mutation in TGFBI, and Review
    American Journal of Medical Genetics , 2004 : 129A(3)235-247
  • Wallace SE, Salazar D, Cormier-Daire V, Lachman RS, Wilcox WR
    Progressive Diaphyseal Dysplasia (Camurati-Engelmann Disease): Report of a 6 Generation Pedigree with Remarkable Variation in Expressivity and a Review of the Literature
  • Wallace SE, Lachman RS, Wilcox WR
    Update on Camurati-Engelmann Disease
  • Wallace SE, Lachman RS, Wilcox WR
    Clinical Features of Camurati-Engelmann Disease
  • Wallace SE, Wilcox WR
    Camurati-Engelmann Disease
    GeneReviews at GeneTests: Medical Genetics Information Resource [database online] Available at http://www.genetests.org , 1997 - 2010
  • Stephanie E. Wallace, MD, Lambert S and Kaneko CRS
    Possible Roles of the Nucleus Prepositus Hypoglossi in Smooth-Pursuit Eye Movements
    BIOS , 1996 : 66203-211
  • Wallace SE, Wilcox WR, Pagon RA, Bird TD, Dolan CR, Stephens K
    Camurati-Engelmann Disease
    20301335
  • Ravnan JB, Rosenfeld JA, Neill NJ, Bialer MG, Moore C, Wheeler P, Wallace SE, Hannibal MC, Murray MF, Giovanni MA, Schultz RA, Ballif BC, Shaffer LG
    Identification of a recurrent microdeletion of 3q13.2q13.31 associated with hypotonia and developmental delay