Eyby Leon Janampa, M.D., graduated from medical school in Lima-Peru in 2005. She finished her medical genetics training at the University of Utah in 2011 and joined Children’s National Hospital the same year. Her clinical interests include disorders of sexual differentiation and dysmorphic syndromes, and she has published extensively on improving clinical descriptions of rare and new genetic conditions. She is one of the founding members of the Rare Disease Institute at Children’s National and teaches medical students on topics related to rare disease diagnosis and care. Dr. Leon advocates for a multidisciplinary approach to common genetic syndromes and is a founding member of various multidisciplinary clinic teams at Children’s National.