Dr. Stamilio completed medical school at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia (1992), OB/GYN residency at the Medical Center of Delaware / Christiana Hospital (1996), and both a Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship and a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include prediction and prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes as well as general obstetrical issues such as vaginal birth after cesarean and cesarean outcomes. His recent research focuses on a funded project that aims to prevent preterm birth in North Carolina by developing and implementing a telemedicine and tele-education network. Dr. Stamilio has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed papers and serves as an editorial consultant for several obstetrical and epidemiological journals. His clinical interests include prenatal diagnosis and therapy, maternal thrombotic disorders, maternal chronic disease in pregnancy and managing obstetrical complications. He honed his surgical expertise as a U.S. Army trauma surgeon in the 21st Combat Support Hospital deployed in the Iraq War in 2003 (Operation Iraqi Freedom).
His long-term career goals are to consistently provide exceptional and compassionate maternal and fetal health care, advance patient safety via clinical research, foster evidence-based learning and clinical practice and teach in a manner that promotes analytical thinking and critical review of the literature in clinical decision-making.