I was born in New York City and grew up in Richmond, Virginia. I became interested in medicine at an early age, thanks to childhood ear infections and allergies. This gave me an enduring interest in the immune system.
At fifteen, I decided that I would go to medical school. I studied biochemistry and environmental health in college, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. I went on to receive my medical doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
I then trained in Internal Medicine at Maine Medical Center. I practiced general medicine as a traveling doctor for three years after residency.
I now practice natural and functional medicine in Richmond, Virginia.
Born in New York City, 1988
Graduated from Connecticut College, 2010
Medical doctorate, University of Virginia, 2014
General medicine, 2017-2019
Education & Training
University of Virginia
Residency, Internal Medicine,
Maine Medical Center
American Board of Internal Medicine
Lawrence, M.G., Woodfolk, J.A., Schuyler, A.J., Stillman, L.C., Chapman, M.D. and Platts-Mills, T.A., 2017. Half-life of IgE in serum and skin: consequences for anti-IgE therapy in patients with allergic disease. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 139(2), pp.422-428.
Cardona, I.D., Stillman, L. and Jain, N., 2016. Does bathing frequency matter in pediatric atopic dermatitis?. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, 117(1), pp.9-13.
Palacios, T., Stillman, L., Borish, L. and Lawrence, M., 2016. Lack of basophil CD203c upregulating activity as an immunological marker to predict response to treatment with omalizumab in patients with symptomatic chronic urticaria. The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice, 4(3), p.529.
Stillman, L., 2010. Pollution and Public Health in a Shrinking World: Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations as a Paradigm for Emergent Needs in Environmental and Public Health Policy.
Alpha Omega Alpha Research Prize
Phi Beta Kappa, Connecticut College