Author: Julie Moldenhauer, MD and Erica Schindewolf, MS, LCGC

Brief Description: Dr. Moldenhauer, an obstetrician gynecologist uniquely boarded in maternal-fetal medicine and genetics, and genetic counselor, Erica Schindewolf, lead the world’s largest center for diagnosis and delivery of pregnancies affected by chromosome 22q11.2 differences at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Within this presentation, they share their distinctive experience in caring for both the mother and fetus affected by chromosome 22q11.2 differences. In identifying children at the earliest possible time, they strive to optimize outcomes by partnering with the experts in pediatric management within the 22q and You Center at CHOP, led by Prof. Donna McDonald-McGinn, to ensure the best care both pre and postnatally. The depth and breadth of this team approach is exceptional and thus a lecture not to be missed!

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