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Dean's Lecture Series: LGBT Challenges in Medical Education and Society

Venue: Li Ka Shing Center, Berg Hall, Stanford medical campus.

Host: Office of the Dean of the School of Medicine

Speakers: Marci Bowers, MD is a Pelvic and Gynecologic Surgeon with over 25 years experience. She is a recognized expert and pioneer in genital reassignment surgery, the first transgender woman to perform transgender surgery. She is also the first North American gynecologic surgeon trained to functionally reverse female genital cutting (also known as FGM), and is internationally recognized for her restorative work with victims of genital cutting. 

Mitchell (Mitch) R. Lunn, MD is an Assistant Professor in Division of Nephrology of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He is co-director of The PRIDE Study - a national, online, longitudinal cohort study of sexual and gender minorities - as well as principal investigator of PRIDEnet, a participant-powered research network of sexual and gender minorities designed to engage communities in the research process from beginning to end. Mitch is a long-standing advocate for sexual and gender minority (SGM) inclusion in research and higher education, and he lectures around the country on SGM medical education, SGM health, and SGM community engagement.

Please register (required) here.

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