Webinar Recording- Choosing Your Journey for Family Planning

Women sharing their family planning journies

This talk is about infertility and family building and fertility preservation options, Dr. Quinn will talk about the broader category of reproductive health since infertility and fertility are just one part of reproductive health and all parts, she believes are important. Ovarian tissue cryopreservation was recently declassified as experimental and is now considered standard. And what that means is that it may be covered by insurance. 

This webinar took place as part of the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s webinar series, WE Learn. The aim of this program is to provide free education opportunities to the Turner Syndrome community and beyond, about the topics most relevant to life with TS.

Webinar Link:
Check the email you provided to receive the webinar link.

If you cannot make a donation, add $1.00 paid by check to process your request. Note, you will not be charged and you will receive access to the webinar. If you can give today, please do so. Our mission needs your support.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Quinn is the Livia Wan Endowed Chair and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of OB-GYN and Professor in Population Health and the Center for Medical Ethics in the New York University School of Medicine. She is a member of the NYU faculty senate and chair of the department’s appointment, promotion, and tenure committee.  Her research focuses on patient-provider communication across of variety of topics but primarily in reproductive health and cancer in adolescent and young adults, LGBTQ health issues, uptake of genetic counseling, clinical trials and access to care for minority and underserved populations. Prior to joining NYU in November 2017, she was at Moffitt Cancer Center and the University of South Florida for 17 years. She is the author of over 300 peer reviewed papers and books chapters and has received more than 1 million dollars in federal and foundation grant funding.

Dr. Quinn was a contributing faculty member of the TSF Council on Infertility, and co-author of “Fertility Preservation In Females With Turner Syndrome: A Comprehensive Review and Practical Guidelines.”

Donations and sponsorships make learning events such as this WE LEARN webinar activity provided freely and accessible to everyone. Please support today!

Family Planning Webinar

View Webinar On Demand

Shopping Cart

Support Turner Syndrome Awareness

February and every day awareness begins with you!