Stacey Springs, MS, PhD is the Research Integrity Officer at Harvard University and Research Associate in the Center for Evidence Synthesis at the Brown University School of Public Health. Dr. Springs holds a PhD in Pharmaceutical Economics and Health Policy. Her work is focused on use of community engaged research and evidence synthesis methods to improve health policy and practice. She has co-authored methods guidance on the use of gray literature in scoping and systematic reviews, assessing evidence for complex public health interventions, and improving the uptake of evidence by healthcare systems. She currently serves as Director of Research and Evaluation for the Rhode Island Arts and Health Network, where she has worked on scoping reviews arts and humanities-based interventions and authored book chapter on evidence synthesis methods in health humanities.