Join Columbia experts in pediatrics, endocrinology, and psychiatry for a conversation about what's new in our understanding of puberty. Panelists will address:

  • The signs of puberty and normal ages of development
  • Why puberty is occurring earlier than in prior decades
  • The effects of early puberty on mental health
  • Racial and ethnic differences in the age of puberty onset
  • Enter puberty with social media as a backdrop
  • What parents at home can do- and pediatricians in the office can counsel- to prepare the whole family for puberty.

Panelists:

Aviva Sopher, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
Columbia University Irving Medical Center


Warren Y.K. Ng, MD, MPH
Professor of Psychiatry at CUIMC
Director of Clinical Services, Child an Adolescent Psychiatry
NYP Behavioral Health Service Line Clinical Innovative Officer

Dina Romo, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at CUIMC
Medical Director, School Based Health Centers
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Moderator:
Edith Bracho-Sanchez, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at CUIMC
Health Journalist, Host of AAP's "Healthy Children" Podcast

 

 

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