Zoe Lapham

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Welcoming Nationwide to the Network!

The THRIVE team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio has joined the Network! We are glad to expand the work of the DSD-TRN with this excellent team. The DSD-TRN now includes 16 pediatric DSD teams across the United States, and continues to partner with the patient and family advocacy […]

Updates from our Clinical Working Groups: January 2022

Anatomy/Surgery The Anatomy/Surgery workgroup meets regularly to discuss and advance issues of particular interest to urologists, gynecologists and pediatric surgeons who care for patients with DSD. We are currently focused on implementing a new way of collecting anatomic data, and contributing the surgeon perspective to the clinic and research aims […]

Updates from our Patient/Family-Centered Working Groups: January 2022

Patient and Family Stakeholders Accord Alliance, in partnership with the TRN and its sites, held its first ever network-wide Family Day Peer Support meeting. We plan to continue to offer these days of support for patients and families every quarter. Look for communication on days and times from your DSD […]

University of Kentucky has joined the network

The DSD-TRN is excited to welcome the University of Kentucky to the network! “Kentucky Children’s Hospital at the University of Kentucky is the leading tertiary care referral center for children of Appalachia and across Kentucky.  The divisions of pediatric urology and pediatric endocrinology have teamed with experts from genetics and […]

Le Bonheur (Memphis, TN) and OHSU (Portland, OR) have joined the network

Le Bonheur (Memphis, TN) and OHSU (Portland, OR) have joined the network. We welcome those two new sites, which expands access to high-quality interdisciplinary care for patients with DSD conditions to new areas of the country. You can request an appointment at their and all our other clinics on our […]

The network has expanded to 10 sites including NY, Chicago and St Louis!

The DSD-TRN has now expanded to 10 sites with the arrival of the DSD clincal teams at Cohen Children’s Hospital/North Shore/LIJ in New York, Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago and Washington University in St Louis. We are very grateful for the added expertise brought by these new teams, who now […]

The network is expanding to Cincinnati and DC

Two new clinical and research sites have joined the DSD-TRN in 2014, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and National Children’s Hospital in D.C., expanding the network of centers providing quality care for DSD patients and their families. En annan ökande faktor för ökad sexuell aktivitet är sex efter ett hett gräl. Men […]

The DSD-TRN has a new clinical site in Phoenix

The DSD clinical team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is now part of the DSD-TRN! The multidisciplinary team provides state-of-the art care to DSD families and has won support of the National Institutes of Health to join the network. The NICHD (Eunice Kennedy Shriver Institute for Child Health & Human Development) […]

Sport, Science, and Diversity

On Friday May 10, 2013, the UCLA institute for Society and Genetics hosts a symposium entitled “Hurdling over Sex? Sports, Science and Diversity”. Speakers include DSD-TRN Principal Investigator and Director of the ISG, Eric Vilain, and Dr. Maria José Martínez-Patiño, Prof. at the University of Vigo, Spain and former best […]

iDSD Conference in Glasgow

The DSD-TRN will be well represented at the upcoming International meeting on DSD held in Glasgow June, with two accepted oral presentations by Drs. Patricia Fechner (Seattle Children’s) and David Sandberg (U. MIchigan) and an invited poster.