Webinar Recording- Discussing Infertility 1.13.2021

Presented by Gwendolyn Quinn

In this webinar, learn about infertility and Turner Syndrome. Dr. Quinn highlights options for fertility preservation and family building at each life stage. She also provides recommendations on how to approach the conversation about infertility with children and among peers as an adult.

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About the Presenter:
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.

This webinar took place as part of the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s monthly webinar series. The aim of this program is to provide free education to the Turner Syndrome community and beyond, about the topics most relevant to life with TS.  This and other TSF programs are only made possible through the generous support from donors and time given by volunteers. Thank you for your support!

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