“Have published 2 papers on the ocular findings in 22q deletion syndrome”
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Practical Guidelines for Managing Patients with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
Each of the physicians listed below welcomes inquiries from physicians regarding the treatment of children and adults living with 22q.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
9th Floor 34th and CC Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
“During my fellowship in craniofacial medicine, I provided comprehensive multidisciplinary care for many children with 22q Deletion Syndrome. After fellowship, I became the medical director of the craniofacial program at OHSU in Portland, OR, where I founded a multidisciplinary clinic specifically for children with 22q. I am also working with Camp Korey to offer family weekends for families of children living with 22q in the Pacific Northwest as a way to network and support each other. I enjoy helping these families find the medical and social resources they need, and I am happy to discuss this more with other providers.”
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
Mail Code CDRCP 707 SW Gaines St
Portland, OR 97239-2998
- Co-Director of The 22Q-VCFS Center at Cincinnati Children's. Primary Geneticist in 22Q-VCFS Clinic. Experience with several hundred children and many adults with 22Q-VCFS.
- VPI Clinic
- Craniofacial Team
- Publications relating to 22Q-VCFS.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
The 22Q-VCFS Center - MLC4006
3333 Burnett Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Currently working with collegues to develope and implement newborn screening for 22q11.2 syndrome. Actively diagnosing, evaluating, and managing immune aspects of 22q11 disprder in patients.
Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin
9000 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Director of the Northeast Regional 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Clinic at MassGeneral Hospital
Geneticist, Pediatrician, and parent of a young adult with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
Experience with hundreds of families through internet support networks, the International 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Foundation
Clinical care of patients with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome since 2005 at Duke, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and MassGeneral Hospital
Participated in the development of the International Health Management Guidelines
Massachusetts General Hospital/ MassGeneral Hospital for Children
175 Cambridge St, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
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