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Stefan Baral, MD, MPH, MBA

Department of Epidemiology

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Baltimore, Maryland

Chapter 22: Health Needs and Service Delivery Models for Transgender Communities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

 

Sebastian Mitchell Barr, PhD

Cambridge Health Alliance / Harvard Medical School

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Chapter 12: Obtaining a Gender-Affirming Sexual History

 

S. Wilson Beckham, PhD, MPH/MA

Department of Health, Behavior and Society

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Baltimore, Maryland

Chapter 22: Health Needs and Service Delivery Models for Transgender Communities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

 

Sarah Berman, MD

Psychiatry Resident

Cambridge Health Alliance

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Chapter 11: Basic Principles of Trauma-Informed and Gender-Affirming Care

 

Gaines Blasdel

Research Associate

New York University Grossman School of Medicine

New York, New York

Chapter 9: Surgical Gender Affirmation

 

Rachel Bluebond-Langner, MD

Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Associate Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

Co-Director, Transgender Reconstructive Surgery Program

NYU Langone Health System

New York University Grossman School of Medicine

New York, New York

Chapter 9: Surgical Gender Affirmation

 

Jack Bruno, BA

National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center

The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 21: Transgender and Gender Diverse People Who Are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

 

Sean Cahill, PhD

Director, Health Policy Research

The Fenway Institute

Affiliate Associate Clinical Professor

Bouve College of Health Sciences

Northeastern University

Adjunct Associate Professor of the Practice in Health Law

Policy and Management

Boston University School of Public Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 27: Advocacy for Transgender and Gender Diverse Patients

 

Kirsty A. Clark, PhD, MPH

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Yale University School of Public Health

New Haven, Connecticut

Chapter 23: Transgender and Gender Diverse People and Incarceration

 

Katharine B. Dalke, MD, MBE

Director of the Office for Culturally Responsive Health Care Education

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

Penn State College of Medicine

Hershey, Pennsylvania

Chapter 25: Affirming Care for People with Intersex Traits

 

Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist

Private Practice

Newtown, Pennsylvania

Chapter 15: Eating Disorders, Body Image, and Body Positivity

 

Christine Darsney, PhD

Psychologist

Child Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Program

Massachusetts General Hospital

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 6: Behavioral Health Considerations for Transgender and Gender Diverse People

 

Steph de Normand, BS, MA

Trans Health Program Manager

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 8: Nonmedical, Nonsurgical Gender Affirmation

 

Flavia Vaz De Souza, BA

Clinical Research Coordinator

Massachusetts General Hospital

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 6: Behavioral Health Considerations for Transgender and Gender Diverse People

 

Mason J. Dunn, JD

Deputy Director

Division of Education and Training

The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 19: Reproductive Health, Obstetric Care, and Family Building

 

Katherine N. Elfer, PhD, MPH

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Baltimore, Maryland

Chapter 22: Health Needs and Service Delivery Models for Transgender Communities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

 

Sadie Elisseou, MD

Clinical Instructor of Medicine

Boston VA Healthcare System/Boston

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 13: Performing a Trauma-Informed Physical Examination

 

Hilary Goldhammer, SM

Technical Writer

Division of Education and Training,

The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 6: Behavioral Health Considerations for Transgender and Gender Diverse People

 

Zil G. Goldstein, FNP-BC

Associate Medical Director for TGNB Health

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center

New York, New York

Chapter 16: Screening and Prevention of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections

 

Alex Gonzalez, MD, MPH

Medical Director

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 18: Screening for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease

 

Chris Grasso, MPH

Associate Vice President for Informatics and Data

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 4: Harnessing Information Technology to Improve Clinical Care

 

Frances W. Grimstad, MD, MS

Division of Gynecology

Department of Surgery

Boston Children’s Hospital

Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 25: Affirming Care for People with Intersex Traits

 

Samara Grossman, MSW, LICSW

Clinical Social Worker

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 11: Basic Principles of Trauma-Informed and Gender-Affirming Care

 

Omar Harfouch, MD

Department of Infectious Disease

University of Maryland Medical Center

Baltimore, Maryland

Chapter 22: Health Needs and Service Delivery Models for Transgender Communities in Low- and Middle-Income Coun-tries

 

Aude Henin, PhD

Co-Director, Child Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Program

Director, Child Resiliency Programs, Benson Henry Institute

Massachusetts General Hospital

Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 6: Behavioral Health Considerations for Transgender and Gender Diverse People

 

Jaclyn White Hughto, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor

Departments of Behavioral and Social Sciences; and Epidemiology

Brown University School of Public Health

Center for Health Promotion and Health Equity

Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island

Chapter 23: Transgender and Gender Diverse People and Incarceration

 

Stacy K. Hunt, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Managing Director

Bucks Support Services

Newtown, Pennsylvania

Chapter 15: Eating Disorders, Body Image, and Body Positivity

 

Michael R. Kauth, PhD

Director, VHA LGBT Health, Department of Veterans Affairs

Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center

Houston, Texas

Chapter 24: Caring for Transgender and Gender Diverse Veterans

 

JoAnne Keatley, MSW

Chair

IRGT: A Global Network of Trans Women and HIV

Chapter 21: Transgender and Gender Diverse People Who Are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

 

Alex S. Keuroghlian, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Gender Identity Program

Director, Division of Education and Training at The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 2: Gender Identity: Terminology, Demographics, and Epidemiology; Chapter 4: Harnessing Information Technology to Improve Clinical Care; Chapter 6: Behavioral Health Considerations for Transgender and Gender Diverse People

 

Farah Naz Khan, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Washington

Seattle, Washington

Chapter 1: A History of Transgender and Gender Diverse Health Care: From Medical Mistreatment to Gender-Affirmative Health Care

 

Niki S. Khanna, MA, MFT

Therapist and Educator

San Francisco, California

Chapter 25: Affirming Care for People with Intersex Traits

 

Cei Lambert, MFA

CEO, Diversity Consulting, Inc

Owner and Artist, Meadowlark Tattoo

Fort Collins, Colorado

Chapter 26: Community Engagement and Outreach

 

Alex McDowell, PhD, MPH, MSN, RN

Research Fellow

Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 3: Health Disparities

 

Meghan McGrath, MSW, LICSW

Behavioral Health Specialist

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 5: Gender Identity Emergence and Affirmation in Adults

 

Ami Multani, MD

Medical Director of Infectious Disease, Fenway Health

Clinical Instructor, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,

Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 17: Treatment of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections

 

Danielle O’Banion, MD

Family Physician

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 12: Obtaining a Gender-Affirming Sexual History

 

Samuel C. Pang, BSc, MD, FACOG, FRCS(C)

Medical Director

Third Party Reproduction Program

Boston IVF—The Lexington Center

Lexington, Massachusetts

Chapter 19: Reproductive Health, Obstetric Care, and Family Building

 

Jennifer Potter, MD

Professor of Medicine and Advisory Dean

Harvard Medical School

Founding Director, Women’s Health Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Co-Chair and Director of the LGBT Population Health Program at The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 2: Gender Identity: Terminology, Demographics, and Epidemiology; Chapter 11: Basic Principles of Trauma-Informed and Gender-Affirming Care; Chapter 13: Performing a Trauma-Informed Physical Examination

 

Kayti Protos, MSW, LCSW

Clinical Coordinator

Bucks LGBTQ Center

Newtown, Pennsylvania

Chapter 15: Eating Disorders, Body Image, and Body Positivity

 

Xavier Quinn, LICSW

Violence Recovery Program Manager

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 14: Recognizing and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence

 

Asa Radix, MD, PhD, MPH

Senior Director of Research and Education

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center

New York, New York

Chapter 16: Screening and Prevention of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections

 

Jenna J. Rapues, MPH

Program Director

San Francisco Department of Public Health

San Francisco, California

Chapter 21: Transgender and Gender Diverse People Who Are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

 

Sari L. Reisner, ScD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Director of Transgender Research

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Director of Transgender and Gender Diverse Health Research

The Fenway Institute

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 2: Gender Identity: Terminology, Demographics, and Epidemiology

 

Jennifer Reske-Nielsen, MD, MPH

Director of Medical Education

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 10: Case Studies in Gender Emergence and Affirmation; Chapter 20: Case Studies in Transgender and Gender Diverse Primary Care

 

Eli Sauerwalt

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Baltimore, Maryland

Chapter 22: Health Needs and Service Delivery Models for Transgender Communities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

 

Jillian C. Shipherd, PhD

Director

LGBT Health for the Veterans Health Administration

Washington, DC

Clinical Research Psychologist

Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD

VA Boston Healthcare System

Professor of Psychiatry

Boston University School of Medicine

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 24: Caring for Transgender and Gender Diverse Veterans

 

Colleen A. Sloan, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

VA Boston Healthcare System & Boston University School of Medicine

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 24: Caring for Transgender and Gender Diverse Veterans

 

Carl G. Streed, Jr., MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Research Lead

Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery

Boston Medical Center

Boston University School of Medicine

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 3: Health Disparities

 

Julie Thompson, PA-C

Medical Director of Trans Health

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 7: Gender-Affirming Hormone Therapy for Adults

 

Rebekah P. Viloria, MD, FACOG

Obstetrician-Gynecologist

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 19: Reproductive Health, Obstetric Care, and Family Building

 

Meredith Walker, MSW, LICSW

Clinical Supervisor and Psychotherapist

Fenway Health

Boston, Massachusetts

Chapter 5: Gender Identity Emergence and Affirmation in Adults

 

Vanessa Warri

Sociology & Civic Engagement

University of California

Los Angeles, California

Chapter 21: Transgender and Gender Diverse People Who Are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

 

Lee C. Zhao, MD, MS

Associate Professor of Urology

Director, Male Reconstructive Surgery, NYU Health System

Co-Director, Transgender Reconstructive Surgery Program, NYU Langone Health System

New York University Grossman School of Medicine

New York, New York

Chapter 9: Surgical Gender Affirmation

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