Dr Stacy Ardoin is board-certified in both adult and pediatric rheumatology. She sees pediatric patients at Nationwide Children's Hospital and adult patients here in the Ohio State University Rheumatology Clinic and in the Ohio State University Lupus Clinic. Dr Ardoin provides comprehensive rheumatologic care to patients with lupus, vasculitis, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, myositis and other rheumatologic conditions.
Ohio State University College of Medicine, (M.D., magna cum laude), 1989-1993
Ohio State University, Residency, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, 1997-2001
Ohio State University, Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, 2001-2002
Duke University Medical Center, Fellow, Adult and Pediatric Rheumatology, 2002-2006
Duke University Clinical Research Training Pathway, 2004-2008
Dr Ardoin's Clinical research focuses on optimal treatment and long term outcomes of adults and children with lupus. She is particularly interested in discovering ways to prevent the development of atherosclerosis in children and adults with lups. Dr Ardoin's other research interests include neuropsychiatric manifestations of SLE and the transition from child-centered to adult-centered medical care.