Daphna Stroumsa (They/Them)
Talks covered by this speaker
Reproductive health for all genders
Categories covered by Daphna
About this Speaker
Daphna Stroumsa is a long-time activist, Queer community member, a physicianand a researcher, whose work focuses on addressing the health needs of gender and sexual minorities. They are the assistant professor in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Stroumsa received their medical education at the Hebrew University/ Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem. They completed a Masters of Public Health at the University of Michigan, and an Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Following this, Dr. Stroumsa completed a fellowship in Health Services Research through the National Clinician Scholars Program at the University of Michigan.
In their clinical work, research and activism Dr. Stroumsa strives to make connections between various forms of oppression, with a particular interest in reproductive health, interactions with healthcare providers, and on the intersections of reproductive justice and queer health. Dr. Stroumsa's focus in on provision of gender affirming care, and on sexual and reproductive health services for gender and sexual minorities. Dr. Stroumsa's goal is to improve transgender and nonbinary people's access to and quality of care, through better understanding of the barriers to care that they face, and through the development and evaluation of evidence-based interventions to improve gender-affirming care.