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Paul Turek

Paul J Turek MD

Director, The Turek Clinic, Beverly Hills and San Francisco, California; Former Endowed Chair Professor, University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Turek is Director of The Turek Clinic (www.TheTurekClinic.com) a men’s health clinic in Beverly Hills and San Francisco. He is a former Professor at the University of California San Francisco and held an Endowed Chair in Urology Education while on faculty. Dr. Turek is an internationally recognized authority and widely acclaimed speaker on issues of men’s sexual and reproductive health.

Dr. Turek attended Yale College, followed by Stanford University Medical School. After a urology residency at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Turek was fellowship trained at Baylor College of Medicine. His 175 publications have advanced our knowledge of stem cell genetics, and the epidemiology of men’s sexual and reproductive health problems. He also recently received an NIH grant to develop an artificial testicle to make sperm in a dish. He is a consultant to several Healthcare 2.0 organizations, the Men’s Health Care Network and the NIH and oversees an active blog on men’s health issues (www.TurekonMensHealth.com).

He is Past-President of the American Society of Andrology, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, the Société Internationale d'Urologie and the Royal Society of Medicine (U.K). He is President of the Society of Male Reproduction and Urology. He recently founded a volunteer medical clinic powered by retired physicians for the working uninsured (www.ClinicbytheBay.org) in San Francisco. His hobbies include vintage cars and longboard surfing.