|We welcome Doctor Martin Kathrins as a contributor to Maledoc. Doctor Kathrins is a male infertility specialist with interests in the treatment of men with azoospermia, advances in hormone replacement therapy, and surgical innovation. He completed undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Pennsylvania and medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He finished his urology residency at the University of Pennsylvania in 2014. He hopes to advance medical and surgical treatments for men with infertility. He also has an interest in medical device innovation for a variety of urologic conditions. Welcome, Doctor Kathrins!|
We welcome Doctor Jim Hotaling as a contributor to Maledoc. Doctor Hotaling is a male infertility specialist with interests in erectile dysfunction, surgical innovation, epidemiology of infertility, and the statistical genetics of male infertility. He graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth with majors in chemistry and history, completed medical school at Duke in 2006, and finished a six year urology residency at the University of Washington in 2012. His goal is to expand the scope of genetic tests available to enable patients and physicians to understand what causes male infertility. He’s also studying how bicycle riding contributes to erectile dysfunction and how to solve that problem with engineering. Welcome, Doctor Hotaling!
I have the pleasure to welcome Doctor Eve Feinberg as a new writer for this blog. Dr. Feinberg is board-certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University in Chicago and completed a three-year fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Feinberg is nationally recognized in the field of Reproductive Medicine serves as an active member of both The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Practice Committee and the Editorial Board of Fertility and Sterility. Welcome, Doctor Feinberg!