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Stacey Stegienko

Clinical Research Coordinator


With extensive experience in medical research, Stacey Stegienko not only works directly with patients participating in clinical drug trials but also supports her colleagues through the development of effective and efficient processes, documentation, and training related to the clinic’s research activities. One of her primary goals is to create relevant forms and documents that enable the Pandeya research team to quickly and easily collect the data they need throughout each phase of a study without burdening the patient’s time and energy.

Using her keen eye for detail, strong communication skills, and solid understanding of research protocols and regulations, Stacey also ensures that their research studies are in compliance with regulatory requirements, assists with budgeting, funding and contracts, and facilitates communication between pharmaceutical sponsors of the studies, contractors, patients, and other key stakeholders.

Stacey finds her work at the Pandeya Kidney Centre to be challenging and rewarding as clinical research is key to providing patients with more options for relief of their ailments and treatment of their ongoing kidney issues.


  • Venipuncture I & II
    Michener Institute, Toronto, ON
  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
    NIDA Clinical Trials Network
  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
    University Health Network
  • Foundations of Project Management
    University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
  • Budget Development & Negotiation Workshop
    University Health Network, Toronto, ON
  • How to Effectively Plan for a Successful Study Workshop
    UHN, Toronto, ON
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access 2000
    University Health Network, Toronto, ON
  • Medical Office Assistant
    Heritage College, St. Catherines, ON
  • Introduction to Computers
    Centre Beaurepaire, Beaconsfield, QC


  • The cost of achalasia: quantifying the effect of symptomatic disease on patient cost burden, treatment time, and work productivity. 
    Rahima Nenshi, Julie Takata, Stacey Stegienko, Binu Jacob, Paul Kortan, Wayne Deitel, Audrey Laporte, Gail Darling, David Urbach.
  • Attitudes of patients and care providers toward a surgical site marking policy. 
    Amanda Goldberg, Julie Harnish, Stacey Stegienko, David Urbach.
  • Factors affecting the number of lymph nodes retrieved in colorectal cancer specimens.
    Michelle Ostadi, Julie Harnish, Stacey Stegienko, David Urbach