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Matthew Malouf, PhD Priya Phulwani, MD
Matthew Malouf, PhD
Clinician in the department of pediatric psychology
Priya Phulwani, MD
Medical Co Director - Disorders of Sexual Development
Clinic and Gender Identity Program, Connecticut
Children’s Medical Center; Endocrinologist - Department
of Pediatric Endocrinology, Connecticut Children’s
Medical Center; Endocrinologist - Department of Adult
Endocrinology, Joslin THOCC; Assistant Clinical
Professor - University of Connecticut
Jill Bernstein, MD, FAAP
Medical Co Director - Disorders of Sexual Development
Clinic and Gender Identity Program, Connecticut
Children’s Medical Center; Pediatrician - Department of
Urology, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center; Clinical
Instructor Pediatrics - University of Connecticut
Our GUPPE Clinicians
Genetics
Sally Rosengren, MD
Joseph Tucker, MD
Urology
Fernando Ferrer, MD
Christina Kim, MD
John Makari, MD
Eric Nelson, MD
Jill Bernstein, MD
Sarah Mazzarese, RN
Plastic Surgery
Charles L. Castiglione, MD, FACS
Psychology/ Psychiatry
Matthew Malouf, PhD
Lisa Namerow, MD
Barbara Rzepski, PhD
Endocrinology
Susan Ratzan, MD
Karen Rubin, MD
Elizabeth Estrada, MD
Priya Phulwani, MD
Cem Demirci, MD
Paola Palma Sisto, MD
Rebecca Riba-Wolman, MD
Christine Trapp, MD
Nancy Dunbar, MD
Marlene Gatzak, RN
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, the
region’s only academic medical center dedicated
exclusively to the care of children, is committed
to improving children’s physical and emotional
health through family-centered care, research,
education and advocacy.
Named one of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals by
U.S. News & World Report, Connecticut Children’s
offers a full range of quality pediatric services at its
hospitals in Hartford and Waterbury, NICUs in Hartford
and Farmington, Specialty Care Centers in Fairfield,
Farmington, Glastonbury, Hartford and Shelton, and 11
other practice locations.
For more information, please visit
WWW.CONNECTICUTCHILDRENS.ORG/DSD
282 Washington Street, Hartford, CT 06106
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CON N ECTICUT CH I LDR E N’S M E DICAL CE NTE R
Clinic for
Disorders of Sexual
Development
Clinic for Disorders of Sexual
Development
The Clinic for Disorders of Sexual Development
at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is
dedicated to providing care and support to infants,
children and adolescents with disorders of sexual
development (DSDs) such as ambiguous genitalia,
congenital adrenal hyperplasia, gonadal dysgenesis
and androgen insensitivity.
Multidisciplinary Approach
Our multidisciplinary “GUPPE” team includes
specialists from:
Genetics
Urology
Psychology
Psychiatry
Endocrinology
Our experienced clinicians are familiar with the
various aspects of this unique condition, as well
as working with families. This collaborative effort
allows us to develop the best possible treatment plan
for each patient.
Location
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Department of Urology-2J
282 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: 860.545.9520
Fax: 860.545.9036
Please specify that you would like to schedule a
“GUPPE” appointment.
Please have your health care provider fax the referral
and pertinent medical records, including growth
charts, to us.

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