Shuvo Ghosh, MD, FAAP, Developmental-Behavioural Pediatrician
I am a musician, a writer and have my own indie-pop band.
Director, Resident Reserach and Scholarly Projects (Core Pediatric Residency Program); Head, Gender Variance Program (GVP); and Coordinator, Child Development Research Alliance (CDRA); Member, McGill Global Child Health Initiative
Member, Society for Research in Child Development; Member, Society for Developmental-Behavioural Pediatrics; Member, Canadian Paediatric Society; Member, American Acadmy of Pediatrics
Director, Montreal Interdisciplinary Research Alliance for Gender Expression in Youth (MIRAGE-Y);
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Montreal Children's Hospital, McGill University
Nutritional effects of development; Language development, gender development and gender variance; Social determinants of health; Infant behaviour; Ethics of child development; Psychophysiologic aspects of brain development and behaviour
Ghosh, Shuvo. Behavioral/Developmental Pediatrics, Sexuality: Gender Identity. Pediatrics: Comprehensive Medical Reference, 5th Ed. St. Petersburg; 2011. Emedicine, Editor Steven Altschul et al. Emedicine.com, Inc. http://www.emedicine.com/ped/index.shtml;
Ghosh, S & Rezazadeh, S. Communication between the pediatrician and the psychologist in the management of ADHD Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, April-June 2011, Vol 21, Number 2, 118-132;
Rennick, J.E., Stack, D.M., Ghosh, S., Trempe, J-A., Tanguay, J-C., Wood-Dauphinee, S. (2011, March). The Young Children's Critical Illness Impact Scale: An Illustrated Measure of Psychological Distress Following PICU Hospitalization. 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care, Sydney, Australia. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (Supplement), 12(3): A4;
Ghosh, S. The Ungendered Lives: Stories from Across the Gender Spectrum at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (interdisciplinary), in Honolulu, HI, USA (January 2011)
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