Presenters: Clayton Butcher, M.D. and Timothy J. Fete, M.D., M.P.H.
Duration: 60 minutes
With more than 100 different types of ectodermal dysplasias, there is a long list of health concerns that can be involved. In this webinar, Drs. Butcher and Fete will address some of the top concerns that are involved in many of the syndromes.
Whether you have an affected child or are an affected adult, you will glean information that helps you understand what health issues you might face and what the best ways to treat them are. You will also get an opportunity to ask the experts your questions in this interactive webinar.
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 retired from the University of Missouri Health Care as the Children’s Miracle Network Distinguished Professor and Chairman in the Department of Child Health. He has many clinical interests including access to health care for all children, child protection, child development and preventive health care. His research interests relate to growth and development in the various types of ectodermal dysplasia. He belongs to numerous professional organizations. He is the recipient of the Saint Louis University Medical School Golden Apple Award and the Saint Louis University Department of Pediatrics Faculty Excellence in Teaching Honor Award. He has served on the NFED’s Scientific Advisory Council since 1993 and serves as the vice chair.
Registration is Closed.
Please Note: This webinar will be recorded. If you cannot attend the webinar live, you must still register for the webinar to be sent a link to the recording after the webinar is over. Recordings will be available for seven days following the day of the webinar.
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.