Stephanie K. Jacks, MD

Department or Service


  • The Woodlands



Phone: 936-267-7733
Fax: 936-267-7923

Contact Information

Texas Children's Hospital - The Woodlands
17580 Interstate 45 South
The Woodlands, TX 77384

Pediatric Dermatology

Texas Children's Hospital

Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
The George Washington University School of Medicine medical school Doctor of Medicine 2009
The Ohio State University internship Internal Medicine 2010
The Ohio State University residency Dermatology 2013
Nationwide Children's Hospital fellowship Pediatric Dermatology 2014

About Stephanie K. Jacks

Dr. Jacks is certified by the American Board of Dermatology in both dermatology and pediatric dermatology.  Her clinical interests include skin disorders in children, including eczema, acne, birthmarks, vascular lesions, and skin problems related to both genetic and systemic diseases.   


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Dermatology Young Physicians’ Committee, Liaison Representative to the Scientific Assembly Committee
Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PeDRA) Member
Society for Pediatric Dermatology Website and Social Media Committee
Women’s Dermatology Society Bylaws Committee

Selected Publications

Jacks SK, Lewis EA, Witman PM. The curette prep: a modification of the traditional scabies preparation. Pediatric Dermatology 2012;29(4):544-5.

Alghothani L, Jacks SK, Vander Horst A, Zirwas MJ. Disparities in access to dermatologic care according to insurance type. Archives of Dermatology2012;148(8):956-7.

Jacks SK, Witman PM. Tuberous sclerosis complex diagnosis and treatment: an update for the dermatologist. Pediatric Dermatology 2015;32(5):563-70.

Jacks SK, Witman PM, Kertesz N, Fernandez Faith E. Experience with Holter monitoring during propranolol therapy for infantile hemangioma. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2015;73(2):255-7.

Carr P, Casamiquela K, Jacks SK. A case of Gaucher disease type 2 presenting with collodion membrane and blueberry muffin lesions. Pediatric Dermatology2016;33(1):e20-2.