Stephanie Stahl, an Emmy Award-winning health reporter, is well known for her work in the medical field. Her passion for medicine began when she was a young child and grew stronger as she pursued a degree in biology.
Stahl has since become a respected figure in the industry, with numerous accolades to her name. She is most notably known for her reporting on the latest advancements in medicine and healthcare, as well as her coverage of high-profile medical cases.
One of Stahl’s most recent projects was covering the NFL’s Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative. As part of this initiative, Stahl interviewed Azra Dees, a fourth-year medical student at Thomas Jefferson University’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College. Dees was one of only 30 individuals in the United States selected for the program.
Stahl spoke with Dees about her experiences working with professional football players and the importance of diversity in sports medicine. “I think it’s important to see people who are taking care of them that look like them,” Dees said. “When you look at people in the NFL, there are a lot of players who look like me or players of color.”
Throughout her career, Stahl has been committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity in all aspects of medicine and healthcare. She believes that having more diverse medical professionals will ultimately lead to better patient care and more equitable treatment options for all individuals.