Dr. Jennifer D. Stanislaus received her medical degree with an academic scholarship from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in 2009 after graduating with honors with her B.A. from Duke University. She completed her residency in Anesthesiology in 2013 at Wake Forest University of Medicine.
In 2014, Dr. Stanislaus completed her fellowship in Pain Medicine at Carolinas Pain Institute affiliated with Wake Forest School of Medicine. The competitive fellowship program is directed by Dr. Richard Rauck, an internationally known pain physician.
Dr. Stanislaus has a special interest in global health completing a health policy certificate at Duke University, a study abroad program at Oxford University in the United Kingdom and an extension program at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. She was also awarded the Pennel Pro Humanitate Vitae Scholarship in 2012 to fund a mission trip to Ghana in 2013.
In addition, Dr. Stanislaus has also been assistant principal investigator for several research studies in pain. In 2006, she was an author for a pain article which made the front page for the leading journal in Anesthesiology.
Dr. Stanislaus is a member of ASIPP and treasurer of the South Carolina state society (SCIPP). She is also a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologist and the Pain Society of the Carolinas and has been invited as an expert speaker at workers compensation related programs.