Education and Training
MD - University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
Pediatrics - University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Adolescent Medicine - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Adolescent Medicine Fellow
Departments and Services
Regan KR, Libby BD, Dowshen N. Partnering with Schools, Sports Teams, Religious Organizations, and Other Community-Based Organizations. in Forcier M, Brown J, Brown R (eds). AM:STARs: LGBTQ Youth: Enhancing Care For Gender and Sexual Minorities. Adolesc Med, spring 2018, vol. 29, p. 152–167. American Academy of Pediatrics. ISBN (electronic): 978-1-61002-137-1
Posters and Presentations
Libby BD. Interactions among Adolescents, Environment and Healthcare. Annual Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Meeting; 2016 Mar 9-12; Washington, DC.
Libby DB. Transgender Youth. Teen Culture Conference; 2015 Oct; Charlottesville, VA.
Libby DB. Embracing Transitions. Annual Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Meeting; 2015 Mar 18-21; Los Angeles, CA.
Libby DB. Nature and Nurture. Annual Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Meeting; 2014 Mar 23-26; Austin, TX.
Awards and Honors
2016, 2015, Nancy Walton-Hughes Child Advocacy Award
2012, Dignity in Medicine Award
2007, Phi Kappa Phi
2007, Palmer Award for Academic Excellence, University of Maine
2006, Dedication Award, University of Maine
2004, Alpha Lamdba Delta
Patient Experience Ratings
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