John P Mulhall MDDirector, Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
Professor John Mulhall is Director of both the Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program and the Sexual Medicine Research Laboratory at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USA. In addition, he is Professor of Urology in the Department of Urology at Weill Cornell Medical College, also in New York.
Professor Mulhall completed his urology residency training at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, CT, and his fellowship training in sexual/reproductive medicine and surgery at Boston University Medical Center in Boston, MA, USA.
Professor Mulhall maintains active basic and clinical research programs, with interests centered on radical prostatectomy-associated sexual dysfunctions and Peyronie’s disease. His basic research interests include defining the pathobiology of Peyronie’s disease fibroblasts and erectile function preservation in cavernous nerve injury models. Professor Mulhall’s clinical research is currently focused on predictors of post-prostatectomy erectile function recover y, pelvic radiation-associated ED, penile structure imaging, as well as the design and conduct of drug trials in sexual medicine.
Professor Mulhall has more than 250 papers published in peer-reviewed journals, and has published numerous books, such as Contemporary Management of Urologic Emergencies (1999), Sexual Function In The Prostate Cancer Patient (2009) and Saving Your Sex Life: A Guide For Men With Prostate Cancer (2008). He Session overview Chairperson and Speaker has contributed in excess of 30 book chapters and has also edited textbooks, such as Cancer and Sexual Health (2011) and Fertility Preservation in Male Cancer Patients (2012).
Professor Mulhall has been Editor-in-Chief of Current Sexual Health Reports (2003– 2008) and an Associate Editor of Reviews in Urology (2006–2010). He is currently Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Professor Mulhall is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Career Development Award from the United States Veterans Administration (1998), the Robert P. Nelson Award from the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (2001), the Young Investigator Award (2000) and the Jean Francois Ginestie Award (2002) from the International Society for Sexual Medicine. In 2005, he was honored with the Gold Cystoscope Award from the American Urological Association.