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Dr. P. Daniel Knott has been the director of the Division ofFacial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) since 2011. He completed
otolaryngology residency training at the Cleveland Clinic and a fellowship in facial plastic
surgery at UCLA. Dr. Knott has extensive expertise in facial gender affirming surgery, facial
aesthetic surgery, rhinoplasty, Mohs surgical reconstruction, the treatment of facial paralysis,
and microvascular facial reconstructive surgery. He co-directs the UCSF facial plastic fellowship
withDr. Rahul Seth. They have been performing facial gender affirming surgery since
2015. His research efforts have been recognized with numerous national awards, including the
Robert Maxwell Byers Award, the Ira Tresely Research Award from the American Head and
Neck Society, and the Ben Shuster Memorial Award from the American Academy of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has also received multiple teaching awards. Dr. Knott serves on multiple
national committees, including the awards committee, the history committee, and cutaneous cancer committee of the
Head and Neck Society. He is the current chair of the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Education Committee
for the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. He is a senior examiner and facial plastic
surgery content expert for the American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Knott has authored over 80 papers, 5 book
chapters, and multiple review articles. He is co-editing both a textbook and a special edition of Operative Techniques
in Otolaryngology on facial gender affirmation surgery. He speaks 4 languages and partners with his wife Haydee, a
cosmetic dermatologist, in private practice in Marin, in raising their 3 children.
Dr. Regina Rodman owns Face Forward Houston, a private solo facial plastics practice in
Houston, TX. She specializes in bony cosmetic work such as chin and jaw contouring,
forehead reduction, and facial feminization, as well as rhinoplasty, orthognathic surgery,
and facial reconstruction. She got her bachelor's degree from Macalester College where she
studied medical anthropology. After working several years as a social worker, she made the
decision to go into medicine. She moved to Chicago to attend Loyola University's postbaccalaureate.
She then attended Rush University in Chicago for medical school. Her
otolaryngology training was completed at the University of Texas Houston, one of the
busiest centers for facial trauma. She then went on to study facial plastic surgery and
craniofacial surgery at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse NY. Her background in social work,
ENT, craniofacial, and cosmetic facial plastic surgery make her uniquely qualified to care for patients and offer
specialized surgeries.
Dr. Loren S. Schechter is the director of gender affirmation surgery at Rush University. He
serves on the executive committee of The World Professional Association for Transgender
Health (WPATH), helped to author the 7th edition of The Standards of Care, and serves as
colead for the Surgery and Post-Operative Care section of the 8th edition of The Standards of
Care. He authored the first surgical atlas concerning the surgical management of transgender
individuals and is a founding member and president-elect of The American Society for Gender
Surgeons. Dr. Schechter is recognized by Castle Conolly and Chicago Magazine as a ''Top
Doctor.'' Dr. Schechter is a past president of both the Illinois Society of Plastic Surgeons and
The Chicago Chapter of the American College of Surgeons. He was the recipient of the 2013
Illinois State Bar Association Community Service Award for his advocacy efforts on behalf of
the transgender community and was an invited discussant to the Pentagon in 2017 to discuss military service by
transgender individuals. Dr. Schechter received his medical degree, with honors, from the University of Chicago
Pritzker School of Medicine and completed his residency in general and plastic surgery as well as a fellowship in
reconstructive microsurgery at the University ofChicago Hospitals. While at the University of Chicago, Dr. Schechter
was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society and graduated as the outstanding student in surgery.

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