Presenters – Clayton Butcher, M.D., University of Missouri and Timothy J. Fete, M.D., M.P.H., Retired, University of Missouri Health Care
Duration: 60 minutes
Do you have questions about your health as it relates to ectodermal dysplasias? Drs. Butcher and Fete will be live to answer as many as they can. They will also present information about common health concerns both children and adults who have ectodermal dysplasia experience. If you would like to give topics in advance for them to cover, head to our Facebook groups where we have posted a poll asking for your pressing questions.
About the Experts
Dr. Clayton Butcher is a physician at the University of Missouri – Columbia and practices both internal medicine and pediatrics. His clinical interests include preventative medicine and inpatient pediatrics. He has served on the NFED’s Scientific Advisory Council since 2015. He likes to use his knowledge in both pediatric and internal medicine to address ongoing challenges faced with individuals with ectodermal dysplasia as they transition from kids to adults.
Dr. Tim Fete is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Child Health at the University of Missouri School of Medicine. He has retired after 41 years of clinical care as an Academic General Pediatrician and Pediatric Hospitalist. His research interests are related to growth and development in the various ectodermal dysplasia syndromes. He now devotes his professional time to advocacy efforts for the welfare of children and families. He has served on the NFED Scientific Advisory Council since 1993, and also serves on the Boards of the Missouri Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Missouri and as President of the Board of the Missouri Immunization Coalition. He is the recipient of multiple teaching awards from Saint Louis University and the University of Missouri, and several advocacy awards from Missouri, Colorado and Utah.
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Disclaimer: This webinar is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Only a healthcare provider with a full medical history may determine the proper treatment options. Opinions shared do not necessarily reflect those of the NFED. Topics, speakers and date are subject to change.