Dr. Stacey Quo is at the forefront of pediatric sleep medicine, treating SDB patients in a team setting for the past 20 years. She completed her dental degree, orthodontic residency and master’s degree at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Dentistry, graduating with awards in academics, research and service. During her residency, she was invited to teach biomaterials and biomechanics to her co-residents, and has been teaching at UCSF for the past 26 years, now as Clinical Professor. Primarily in private practice, she became involved in the treatment of sleep disordered breathing through the needs of her patients. Since 1998, Dr. Quo has been lecturing on orofacial growth at the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic as Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor. She lectures nationally and internationally on orthodontic biomechanics, orthodontic care in third world countries, multidisciplinary dental care, and orthodontic management of pediatric sleep apnea. Her clinical research is published in sleep medicine journals and textbook chapters. Currently she serves as Co-Director of the UCSF Continuing Dental Education Series on Dental Sleep Medicine.