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Maya Overland, MD, PhD

Title(s)Resident, Urology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address400 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-885-7448
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    1. Hot spots in fetal human penile and clitoral development. Differentiation. 2020 Mar - Apr; 112:27-38. Baskin L, Derpinghaus A, Cao M, Sinclair A, Li Y, Overland M, Cunha GR. PMID: 31874420.
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    2. Active surveillance for intermediate-risk prostate cancer: yes, but for whom? Curr Opin Urol. 2019 11; 29(6):605-611. Overland MR, Washington SL, Carroll PR, Cooperberg MR, Herlemann A. PMID: 31436567.
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    3. Androgen and estrogen receptor expression in the developing human penis and clitoris. Differentiation. 2020 Jan - Feb; 111:41-59. Baskin L, Cao M, Sinclair A, Li Y, Overland M, Isaacson D, Cunha GR. PMID: 31655443.
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    4. Three-dimensional imaging of the developing human fetal urogenital-genital tract: Indifferent stage to male and female differentiation. Differentiation. 2018 Sep - Oct; 103:14-23. Isaacson D, Shen J, Overland M, Li Y, Sinclair A, Cao M, McCreedy D, Calvert M, McDevitt T, Cunha GR, Baskin L. PMID: 30262218.
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    5. Development of the human penis and clitoris. Differentiation. 2018 Sep - Oct; 103:74-85. Baskin L, Shen J, Sinclair A, Cao M, Liu X, Liu G, Isaacson D, Overland M, Li Y, Cunha GR. PMID: 30249413.
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    6. Complex epithelial remodeling underlie the fusion event in early fetal development of the human penile urethra. Differentiation. 2016 Oct - Nov; 92(4):169-182. Shen J, Overland M, Sinclair A, Cao M, Yue X, Cunha G, Baskin L. PMID: 27397682.
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    7. Canalization of the Vestibular Plate in the Absence of Urethral Fusion Characterizes Development of the Human Clitoris: The Single Zipper Hypothesis. J Urol. 2016 Apr; 195(4 Pt 2):1275-83. Overland M, Li Y, Cao M, Shen J, Yue X, Botta S, Sinclair A, Cunha G, Baskin L. PMID: 26926534.
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    8. Methods for studying human organogenesis. Differentiation. 2016 Apr-Jun; 91(4-5):10-4. Cunha G, Overland M, Li Y, Cao M, Shen J, Sinclair A, Baskin L. PMID: 26585195.
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