Michael Eisenberg, M.D.

Michael Eisenberg, M.D.

eisenberg-e13947260453281Dr. Michael Eisenberg received his Bachelor’s degree from Rice University and his medical degree from Yale University. He completed his residency in urology at the University of California, San Francisco. He then went on the complete the prestigious fellowship in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine where he received additional training in microsurgery.
Dr. Eisenberg has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and published in leading scientific journals and numerous textbooks. He is highly regarded both nationally and internationally and has delivered lectures all over the globe. His clinical and research interests include reproductive and health implications of impaired sperm production, improving sperm production, maximizing male fertility, the treatment of varicoceles, and methods to enhance male sexual function.
Dr. Eisenberg was one of our earliest supporters. He has been a wonderful resource. Besides the direct contributions listed below, Dr. Eisenberg has directed us to a number of great research articles, given us a ton of feedback and advice as when we were just starting to build Don’t Cook your Balls. He’s incredibly knowledgeable and easy going. We salute you, Dr. Eisenberg for all the great work you do.

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Recent Scientific Articles

Frequency of the Male Infertility Evaluation: Data from the National Survey of Family Growth  JOURNAL OF UROLOGY Eisenberg M. L., Lathi R. B., Baker V. L., Westphal L. M., Milki A. A., Nangia A. K. 2013; 189 (3): 1030-1034

Increased risk of cancer among azoospermic men. Fertility and sterility Eisenberg M. L., Betts P., Herder D., Lamb D. J., Lipshultz L. I.2013

Sperm counts and sperm sex ratio in male infertility patients ASIAN JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY Eisenberg M. L., Murthy L., Hwang K., Lamb D. J., Lipshultz L. I.2012; 14 (5): 683-686

The Relationship Between Anogenital Distance and Reproductive Hormone Levels in Adult Men JOURNAL OF UROLOGY Eisenberg M. L., Jensen T. K., Walters R. C., Skakkebaek N. E., Lipshultz L. I.2012; 187 (2): 594-598

Fatherhood and the risk of cardiovascular mortality in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study HUMAN REPRODUCTION Eisenberg M. L., Park Y., Hollenbeck A. R., Lipshultz L. I., Schatzkin A., Pletcher M. J. 2011; 26 (12): 3479-3485

Fecundity and sex ratio of offspring in an infertile cohort FERTILITY AND STERILITY Eisenberg M. L., Schembri M., Croughan M. S., Walsh T. J. 2011; 96 (4): 833-836

The Relationship between Anogenital Distance, Fatherhood, and Fertility in Adult Men PLOS ONE Eisenberg M. L., Hsieh M. H., Walters R. C., Krasnow R., Lipshu L. I. 20ltz11; 6 (5)

Fatherhood and incident prostate cancer in a prospective US cohort INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY Eisenberg M. L., Park Y., Brinton L. A., Hollenbeck A. R., Schatzkin A.2011; 40 (2): 480-487

Increased Risk of High-Grade Prostate Cancer Among Infertile Men CANCER Walsh T. J., Schembri M., Turek P. J., Chan J. M., Carroll P. R., Smith J. F., Eisenberg M. L., Van Den Eeden S. K., Croughan M. S.2010; 116 (9): 2140-2147

The relationship between anogenital distance and the androgen receptor CAG repeat length. Asian journal of andrology Eisenberg M. L., Hsieh T., Pastuszak A. W., McIntyre M. G., Walters R. C., Lamb D. J., Lipshultz L. I.2013; 15 (2): 286-289

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