Dr. Christopher-Stine joined the division after completing her Rheumatology Fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University. Her research work, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIAMS), centers upon the development of a comprehensive database of patients evaluated at The National Institutes of Health and the Johns Hopkins Myositis Center with autoimmune myositis and related diseases. Dr. Christopher-Stine will utilize her training in epidemiology and biostatistics to develop improved diagnostic and classification criteria for these diseases.
Dr. Christopher-Stine is a faculty member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Barker Firm. She takes pleasure in teaching medical students, residents, and fellows and thoroughly enjoys her role as an educator. Additionally, Dr. Christopher-Stine evaluates patients weekly and takes pride in her clinical role. She welcomes the challenging interplay among her roles of educator, clinician, and research scientist.
- M.P.H.: Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
- M.D.: Hahnemann University School of Medicine, Philadelphia
- Post-doctoral Fellowship: The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Rheumatology
- Internship and Residency: MCP Hahnemann University Hospitals