genderevolution 2019 Conference Schedule
|W1: 9:40-10:45||GENERAL A||YOUTH/ELDERS||GENERAL B||TRANS||SURGICAL|
|Title||HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care in Utah: What You Need to Know||The Gender Identity Veteran Experience Program and the SLC VAMC||Who are THEY? Nonbinary and GNC Figures of the Twenty-First Century||Hormone therapy for transgender people of all ages with updates from USPATH and EPATH 2019||The Surgical Journey of the Trans Woman|
|Presentors||Erin Fratto, Dr. Harry Rosado-Santos, MD AAHIVS||Breeze Hannaford, Dr. Sarah Hall, Joan Hadley MS||Nick Schanelic||Dr. Rixt Luikenaar||Dr. Ashley Deleon, Dr. Angela Rodriguez|
|Pronouns||She/Her/Hers,||She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers||They/Them/Theirs||She/Her/Hers||She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers|
|Summary||This presentation will discuss HIV prevention, treatment, and|
care in a high-level overview. Topics covered will include Undetectable = Untransmittable and HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis as methods for HIV prevention. In addition, Dr. Rosado will discuss the importance of HIV screening and diagnoses and the impact that earlier treatment can have on clinical outcomes.
|This presentation will be an overview of the Salt Lake City VA's GIVE |
Program. The Gender Identity Veteran Experience (GIVE) Program is an interdisciplinary “Medical and Mental Health home” serving all eligible veterans who are exploring or seeking to change any aspect of their gender identity. Our mission is to provide comprehensive primary care, mental health, daily living support, and hormonal care to veterans exploring their gender in a safe and welcoming environment.
|The nonbinary and gender-nonconforming communities have |
flourished publicly in recent decades. Validation and recognition can be difficult to find in a culture that has traditionally been very binary-focused. This presentation will cover a brief history of non-binary and GNC figures and identities throughout history, but the main focus will be contemporary figures. You can succeed and thrive outside of the binary. THEY are out there, and WE aren't going anywhere!
|Medical transition is one of the 5 pillars of transition for many. |
Hormone therapy regimens from WPATH and Endocrine Society follow the Standards of Care 7 from 2011. Version 8 will include recommendations for nonbinary folks, for adolescents 10-16 and for those over 55. We will discuss based on research presented at the recent EPATH and USPATH conferences and from personal experience what regimen works best. Questions welcome.
|This presentation will discuss the most common procedures available |
for the trans woman. We will discuss breast augmentation, liposculpture, and vaginoplasty including various techniques. It will include pre-and post-operative care, surgical technique, complications, and provide pictures of our results. The slide presentation is meant to be interactive. FFS will be discussed separately.
Erin M Fratto, MS, CHES -- Utah Department of Health -- |
Bio: Erin Fratto is a sexual health advocate and has been with the Utah Department of Health for the past 10 years serving in multiple roles in HIV and STD Prevention and the Ryan White Part B HIV Treatment Program. Erin specializes in strategic planning and partnership building, serving as the Utah Department of Health’s HIV Planning Group Co-Chair. Erin holds a Master of Science degree in Health Promotion and Education and is a certified health education specialist (CHES) as well as a certified rapid HIV/HCV testing counselor, hepatitis basic educator, and certified sexual assault counselor.
|Breeze Hannaford, LCSW created and is now the program coordinator for the |
Gender Identity Veteran Experience (GIVE) Program for the Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center (SLC VAMC). She started the SLC VAMC’s LGBT Veteran program beginning in 2008 and served as the LGBT Veteran Care Coordinator from June 2016 through August 2019. Breeze specializes in working with gender and sexual minorities and individuals struggling with PTSD, dissociative disorders, and gender dysphoria. Dr. Sarah Hall is board-certified in internal medicine and practices primary care at the Salt Lake City VA Medical Center and serves as Women’s Health Medical Director. She completed her M.D. at UNC Chapel Hill and residency at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). She provides primary care services and hormone therapy for veterans through the GIVE program. Joan Hadley, MS, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, has been in nursing for over 40 years. She graduated from the U of U with her masters in psychiatric nursing in 1994. She served as assistant nurse manager of the U of U in-patient unit and then 16 years ago joined the VAMC in mental health to teach graduate and under-graduate nurses through the VA Nursing Academic Partnership with the U of U, and to be part of the GIVE Program.
|Nick Schanilec grew up in rural Wisconsin in a very small town. After |
graduating from Beloit College with their B.A. in Art History and Anthropology, they moved to Minneapolis, MN. They currently work in child and family welfare, which inspired them to start working part-time with Transforming Families supporting transgender and GNC youth. In their spare time they enjoy hiking with their dog.
|Rixt Luikenaar is a medical doctor who owns her own practice "Rebirth Obgyn" |
here in Salt Lake City. She is WPATH Certified and attends and presents at several national and international transgender conferences every year. She treats transgender- including nonbinary- persons of all ages (about 5000 sofar) and recently started a second practice with Curtis Crane in gender affirming surgeries. She has 2 kiddo's, one of them is transgender, and loves Sphynx cats and EDM.
|Dr. DeLeon is a board certified general surgeon practicing at the |
Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Austin, Texas. She is both a Doctor of Medicine and Pharmacy. After practicing general surgery/trauma for years, Dr. DeLeon completed a Fellowship in Gender Affirmation Surgery, with Dr. Curtis Crane, and has now dedicated her full-time efforts exclusively to the transgender community. Dr. Rodriguez is a board certified plastic surgeon at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in San Francisco. She is dedicated full time to the care of the transgender community. Dr. Rodriguez completed her residency in surgery as well as Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts. She completed a subspecialty fellowship in craniofacial surgery at Stanford University.
|W2: 10:55-12:00||GENERAL A||YOUTH/ELDERS||GENERAL B||TRANS||SURGICAL|
|Title||Utah Victims Rights and Crime Victims Reparations||Teens Like Us||Estate Planning: Protecting your assets, your (chosen) family, and your values||Is facial feminization right for you?||Everything you ever wanted to know about transmasculine bottom surgery|
|Presentors||Hildegard Koenig||Matthias Bell||Dara Cohen||Dr. Angela Rodriguez||Dr. Richard Santucci, Dr. Ashley Deleon|
|Summary||Our presentation will focus on the Utah Victim Rights,complaint procedures; and the process of applying for reparations, as well as what crimes and benefits do and do not qualify for |
UOVC's program. The presentation will also address how sexual assault exams differ from other benefits and victims' right to seek restitution.
|Teens Like Us, a program of the Utah Pride Center, is a social and mutual support group for middle school age young people. Most of us are |
transgender, exploring our gender, or have a non-binary gender identity. We will present on what we think the community needs to know about trans, non-binary and gender-exploring young people. We will also share our stories and our journeys with you.
|Learn about simple estate planning tools that allow you to name an agent of your choice to act on your behalf in the event of incapacity. Learn about the |
differences between and will and a trust, and which is the best fit for your assets and goals. Bring lots of questions, as we'll allocate much of the time to your Qs and As.
|This presentation will discuss the most common facial procedures available for the trans woman. It will include pre-and post-operative care, surgical technique,|
complications, and provide pictures of our results. The slide presentation is meant to be interactive and depending on questions and queries time will be spent in those procedures that are most interesting for the audience
|Everything you could ever want to know about FTM genital confirmation surgery. How to prepare, how to choose the best surgery for you, complications and outcomes: all told |
with honesty and the latest scientific data, from the most experienced phalloplasty center in America. Intraoperative and post operative photographs will be heavily used to help you evaluate and understand these techniques. Ample time for your questions will be given.
|Bio||Hildegard Koenig , emigrated from Venezuela to Utah with her family as a teenager and is now a U.S. citizen. She is the proud mother of two amazing children and a survivor. She |
obtained her Paralegal Certificate from Weber State University, after which she began her career at Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake City working closely with victims of domestic violence. This helped stoke an already burning passion for giving voice to those who have been silenced and allowed her to stand for human rights issues. She has worked for the YWCA of Salt Lake City, at the Salt Lake City Prosecutors Office as the Diversity Witness Coordinator, the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, Utah Domestic Violence Coalition and as the Community Liaison with the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office. She is currently employed by the Utah Office for Victims of Crime as the Outreach Coordinator.
|Matthias Bell has been going to the UPC youth group for over 3 years. He is an outgoing and friendly person. He likes to do photography, reading, and art for fun. Having |
already gotten his name changed and gone on Testosterone, Matthias is enthusiastic about helping other young transgender people navigate those avenues.
|Dara Cohen is a solo practitioner attorney, specializing exclusively in estate planning and probate.||Dr. Rodriguez is a board certified plastic surgeon at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in San Francisco. She is dedicated full time to the care of the transgender community. |
Dr. Rodriguez completed her residency in surgery as well as Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts. She completed a subspecialty fellowship in craniofacial surgery at Stanford University.
|Dr. Santucci spent 18 years as a full-time academic reconstructive urologist and is now devoted full time to the challenges of transgender surgery at one of the world’s |
foremost gender confirmation surgery groups. As an author of more than 100 scientific articles, Dr. Santucci has served on the editorial boards of more than twelve journals. Dr. DeLeon is a board certified general surgeon practicing at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Austin, Texas. She is both a Doctor of Medicine and Pharmacy. After practicing general surgery/trauma for years, Dr. DeLeon completed a Fellowship in Gender Affirmation Surgery, with Dr. Curtis Crane, and has now dedicated her full-time efforts exclusively to the transgender community.
|W3: 2:40-3:45||GENERAL B||YOUTH/ELDERS||GENERAL B||TRANS||SURGICAL|
|Title||Somatic Healing for the Sake of Liberation||Gender-Inclusive Puberty Ed||Overcoming||University of Utah Heath Multi-Disciplinary Transgender Health Program||Vaginoplasty- Gender Affirming Genital Surgery for Transfeminine individuals AMAB- a multidisciplinary approach|
|Presentors||Sean Saifa Wall||L-E Baldwin, Jesse Fluetsch||Samantha Taylor||Dr. Erika Sullivan, Dr. Nikki Mihalopoulos, Dr. Cori Agarwal||Dr. Rixt Luikenaar, Dr. Angela Rodriguez, Dr. Ashley DeLeon, Laurie Bennett-Cook, Madison Splan, Jennifer Lynn Wilguess|
|Pronouns||He/Him/His/Ask Me||They/Them/Theirs, He/Him/His||She/Her/Hers||She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers||She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers, She/Her/Hers|
|Summary||Somatic Awareness as practiced through the organization, Generative Somatics, engages the body in the process of healing from trauma and oppression. As a somatic practitioner, Saifa has |
been on this path for the past eight years and brings this form of healing to political and social justice spaces. During the conference, Saifa will be available to offer one-hour sessions for interested individuals.
|What do parents need to know to support their gender expansive children during puberty? Educators from Planned Parenthood Utah and the Utah Pride Center present a new workshop with |
interactive activities to get you the information and resources you need. Topics include body image, hygiene, encouraging your child to lead during this time of change, knowing when additional resources are needed and how to access them, having open communication with your child and supporting your child at school.
|A candid discussion of the ups & downs, tragedies & triumphs of transition as Samantha shares anecdotes from her own journey as well as the skills that allowed her to overcome her fears, |
survive the darkest moments, and learn to thrive as transgender woman in an often hostile society.
Trigger Warning: Samantha’s journey to authenticity has involved devastating loss and trauma including a hostile divorce, business & job loss, familial rejection, financial ruin, depression, and occasional brushes with suicidality. While these issues will be discussed with utmost sensitivity, certain individuals may not wish to attend.
|The University of Utah Transgender Health Program is an organization founded by providers in several different medical specialties to provide high quality, compassionate and evidence-based|
care to transgender individuals and their families. Our presentation will highlight the comprehensive services offered by our providers which includes primary care, adolescent and adult hormone therapy, HIV PrEP, reproductive services, OB care, Sports Medicine and other medical specialties.
|The amount of people AMAB requesting vaginoplasty is increasing due to many reasons. This workshop brings together 2 plastic surgeons, a gynecologist, a clinical sexologist and a physical therapist. We will |
discuss the surgery itself, pre- and postoperative care and complications/ issues that may arise down the road. Important aspects also are dilating, pelvic pain after surgery tied to traumatic experiences, and sexuality.
|Bio||Sean Saifa Wall is an intersex activist, visual artist, and public health researcher based in Atlanta GA. He is the co-founder of the Intersex Justice Project which fights for a world where intersex people, |
especially intersex people of color, can live with dignity. As part of his commitment to transformation in the social justice movement, he practices somatic awareness fighting for the wholeness of communities he cares about. You can learn more about him at unbornson.com.
|L-E Baldwin is an educator who engages communities in learning experiences that build connections and validate identities. At Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, they facilitate|
comprehensive sex education with diverse groups. L-E earned a BA in Studio Art Honors from Lewis and Clark College in 2011 and is currently pursuing a MA in Community Leadership at Westminster College. Jesse Fluetsch is the Youth and Family Programs Coordinator: Ages 2-10 at the Utah Pride Center. He is an advocate for transgender and gender-expansive children and their families. Over the last 10 years, Jesse has filled many other leadership roles in Utah’s trans and queer communities.
|Samantha knew from a young age that she was transgender, but growing up deep in the closet in a conservative LDS family she had no role models and very little access to information or |
support. She didn’t meet another trans* person (that she knows of) until her 30’s when she had already begun her own transition.
Recognizing that those in our community who are able to do so often “go stealth” leaving few role models for the next generation and coloring society’s perception of what it means to be trans*, Samantha has made a conscious decision to remain visible.
Samantha is actively involved in diversity & inclusion efforts, has lobbied at the state level for trans* rights, volunteers at Encircle, and is a sitting board member of the Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce. She is also a mother of 3 darling children, writer, and businesswoman.
|Dr. Sullivan is a family medicine physician at the Sugar House Clinic. She has been providing hormone therapy for transgender patients for 8 years and is the Medical Co-Director of the |
University of Utah's Transgender Health Program. Dr. Sullivan is in the process of obtaining her certification in Transgender Medicine from the World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH) and is engaged in academic research in the field of transgender medicine. Dr. Mihalopoulos sees adolescents and young adults, 8 – 25 years of age, with a variety of adolescent health problems. She has special interest in obesity and heart disease risk factors, menstrual management, transgender healthcare, and eating disorders. She is also one of the founding members of the University of Utah Transgender Health Program and oversees the care and coordination of adolescent patients seeking hormone therapy and gender confirmation surgery at the University of Utah. Dr Agarwal is a Plastic Surgeon at the University of Utah who has been providing surgical care for transgender patients for 10 years, including top and bottom surgery. She is one of the founding members of the University of Utah Transgender Health program and her leadership has been central in creating a strong multidisciplinary team approach to health care for gender non-conforming individuals.
|Rixt Luikenaar is a board certified OBGYN who owns Rebirth Obgyn and is co-owner of "Luikenaar and Crane" Center for transgender surgery. She is a WPATH certified physician and |
has treated over 5000 transgender and nonbinary patients. She is also enrolled in an executive MBA and hopes to graduate in May 2020. She is currently training for vaginoplasty
Dr. Rodriguez is a board certified plastic surgeon at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in San Francisco. She is dedicated full time to the care of the transgender community. Dr. Rodriguez completed her residency in surgery as well as Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts. She completed a subspecialty fellowship in craniofacial surgery at Stanford University.
Dr. DeLeon is a board certified general surgeon practicing at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Austin, Texas. She is both a Doctor of Medicine and Pharmacy. After practicing general surgery/trauma for years, Dr. DeLeon completed a Fellowship in Gender Affirmation Surgery, with Dr. Curtis Crane, and has now dedicated her full-time efforts exclusively to the transgender community.
Dr. Laurie Bennett-Cook is a graduate level Clinical Sexologist and additionally trained
by the International Professional Surrogate Association (IPSA). By working with clients,
therapists and doctors through a process of counseling, workshops, and hands on
experiential exercises she assists others in achieving the level of sexual function they
desire. She can be heard in several podcasts and she is frequently contracted as a consultant
for media projects for MGM, Epix and Netflix. Most recently she is featured as an expert guest speaker on Netflix’s “Follow This” and Epix’s “Sex Lives.”
Madison is Board Certified in Women’s Health (WCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association, earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences from Boise State University, followed by her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University in 2014. She specializes in pelvic health for all populations including women, men, children and transgender. Madison practices at Mountain Land’s Murray clinic and also hosts Mountain Land’s monthly Pelvic Health Podcast featuring specialists and medical field experts.
Jennifer Lynn is a GRS Hair Removal Specialist
|W4: 3:55-5:00||GENERAL A||YOUTH/ELDERS||GENERAL B||TRANS||SURGICAL|
|Title||Improving Social Skills and Connection Through Play||Blah Blah Blah: Communication, it matters||Trans-masculine Packing 101||Gender Affirming Voice and Communication Treatment: Let Your True Voice Be Heard||TOP Surgery: Past, Present and Future|
|Presentors||Hans Lindhal||Jandy Stelter and Andy Rivera||Ian Giles||Pamela Mathy, Brett Myers PhD||Dr. Brian Reuben|
|Pronouns||She/Her/Hers/They/Them/Theirs||She/Her/Hers, He/Him/His||They/Them/Theirs||She/Her/Hers, He/Him/His||He/Him/His|
|Summary||How can we become more comfortable socializing and sharing with others? How can we access a deeper level of connection in our everyday interactions? Making small talk, |
listening, and creating safety in conversations with new people are all learned skills that can be sharpened! This session encourages youth* to explore these ideas with short, facilitated exercises and games to help you better connect with others and yourself. (Though open to all ages!)
|Join Jandy and Andy on an adventure of the chattiest variety. Navigate uncomfortable relationship situations (yours and ours) while learning techniques for productive |
communication. Let’s prepare for the conversations that may arise with regard to trans identities. Leave this session having the confidence to use learned communication tools in order to clearly convey thoughts and feelings.
|This class covers basics of packing for trans-masculine people. It includes differences in packers, how to pack, how to care for the packer, and underwear options, There will be a demonstration.||This presentation will include details of what to expect from voice/speech/communication therapy, from the basics to more advanced topics for feminization, masculinization, and |
beyond binary. We will also provide a review of resources available on the Internet including biofeedback apps to help you select the most effective tools for use in practicing and habituating voice modifications.
|Presentation will cover all aspects of TOP surgery: augmentation (including selection), mastopexy, simple mastectomy, nipple grafts, tattoo, fat grafting|
|Bio||Hans (she/they) is a white, queer intersex artist, writer, and YouTuber who aims to bring humor, light, and connection to intersex representation. Outside of the intersex movement, Hans has led over 200 team-building and group bonding events. She loves people and conversation.||Jandy and Andy have been partners for 5 years, they are celebrating 1 year of being engaged this month. Andy is an inquisitive Aquarius with a passion for medical research and expanding the|
availability of trans healthcare. As an emotional Cancer, lipgloss addict and empath; Jandy thrives on the cyclical patterns of education. He identifies as a queer trans man, she identifies as a queer fat femme because people do not believe she is a mermaid. Together they travel the world, laugh, navigate their queer/poly/mono relationship and spoil their puppers.
|Ian Giles is a non-binary trans guy and the Founder and President of Genderbands, a nonprofit organization that helps transgender people pay for transition-related costs. When not working on Genderbands or at their day job, Ian enjoys time with their daughter and doing photography.||Pamela Mathy is a speech-language pathologist with over 35 years of experience including extensive experience providing voice and communication therapy for people in transition. |
In her role as Clinic Director of the University of Utah Speech-Language-Hearing, she started the Transgender Voice and Communication Program to serve the needs of the greater Salt Lake City community and to provide state of the art clinical training in this area for future speech-language therapists. Brett Myers, PhD, CCC-SLP, is speech-language pathologist with extensive experience assessing and treating voice and voice disorders, and singing professionally and teaching voice lessons. He has presented on voice disorders at the local and national levels. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Utah Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic where he supervises graduate students in treating voice clients, with emphasis in the transgender population.
|W5: 5:10-6:15||GENERAL A||YOUTH/ELDERS||GENERAL B||TRANS||SURGICAL|
|Title||Sleep Class||Transformations||Working with our Public Safety partners to create a safer community||Self-representation for Legal Name and Gender Marker Changes in Utah||Bottom Surgery with the Transgender Health Program at University of Utah Health: FtM and MtF|
|Presentors||Anna Zumwalt||Claudia Enke||Lt. Julie Jorgensen, DCFO Ryan Mellor, Darby Egbert||Chris Wharton||Dr. Isak Goodwin, Dr. Jim Hotaling|
|Pronouns||She/Her/Hers/Ask Me||She/Her/Hers||She/Her/Hers||He/Him/His||He/Him/His, He/Him/His|
|Summary||Wake up to the importance of sleep. Sleep is awesome! Discover what's been keeping you awake, and what to do about it. Did you know we all have our own sleep sweet spot? Take advantage of it! Learn how as you learn to sleep.||This interdisciplinary training introduces a model of personal exploration, awareness, and decision-making with a strong emphasis in gender and sexuality. It is based on principles and theories from human development, educational psychology, and public administration.||Working with our Public Safety partners to create a safer community: This workshop is intended to be a conversation on what steps police departments and fire departments have taken and need to take to better understand and address the needs of the transgender and gender variant community. We will discuss options for ways to make our community safer and offer public safety experts for a Q-A session. We will also offer recruiting information for anyone interested in a career with public safety.||This presentation contains general information about how to represent yourself in obtaining a name and gender change order in the State of Utah. I will also provide a quick legal "clinic" to discuss the forms and language needed when filing with the court.||The University of Utah’s Gender Affirmation Surgeons from Plastic Surgery and Urology will discuss the breadth of surgical options for our trans patients seeking bottom surgery. They will discuss trans-feminine (vaginoplasty, vulvoplasty) and trans-masculine surgeries (phalloplasty, metoidioplasty, scrotoplasty, urethral lengthening, implants), and will answer questions.|
|Bio||As a Zen monk, Anna wakes people up...and as a hypnotherapist she makes people very, very sleepy...sleeeeeepy. Anna's been putting her students to sleep for years. And now she wants to put you to sleep, too. Ready to learn to sleep?||Claudia has confronted social challenges related to gender since pre-school, when she lived in her native and militaristic country (Chile) back in the 80s. Recently, she has pursued artistic and educational endeavors across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. And, she has presented three previous times in the Genderevolution conference, marched with several local groups during Pride, and performed/competed in several events in Utah.||Lt. Julie Jorgensen has over 24 years of experience with West Valley City Police Dept. Her career has included assignments in patrol, drug investigations, special victims' investigations, detective sergeant, patrol sergeant, watch commander, vice narcotics section commander, and administration. She also co-founded and is the board of directors for a non-profit created to support and mentor women in law enforcement. Lt. Jorgensen was appointed to the Public Safety Pride Alliance in 2004. Salt Lake City Fire Department Deputy Chief Ryan Mellor SLC Fire Dept. Community Outreach Coordinator Darby Egbert||T. Christopher Wharton is an attorney and senior partner at Wharton O’Brien, PLLC. Chris’ practice focuses on family law, criminal defense, and LGBTQ advocacy. Chris' clients were the first to successfully petition the court for a non-binary gender marker.||Isak Goodwin, MD, is a board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, fellowship trained in microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic. He has been performing gender affirmation surgery at the University of Utah for three years. With the U’s Transgender Health Multidisciplinary Group, he focuses on providing safe, whole patient care, and advancing trans surgery research. He is currently researching nerve density of the glans penis to inform MtF clitoroplasty surgery. Jim Hotaling MD MS FECSM is a board certified urologist who did fellowship training in microsurgery and sexual dysfunction. He will discuss the urologic aspects of bottom surgery such as phalloplasty, metiodoplasty, penile prosthesis after phalloplasty, scrotoplasty and urethral lengthening, vaginoplasty, vulvoplasty and orchiectomy. With the U’s Transgender Health Multidisciplinary Group he focuses on providing excellent clinical care, outreach and transgender research.|