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SIU Urology Welcomes Dr. Nicholas Tadros

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SIU Urology welcomes Dr. Nicholas Tadros to the faculty.  Dr. Tadros joins us most recently from the Cleveland Clinic, where he completed specialized training in reproductive medicine.

Dr. Tadros earned his medical degree from Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon.  He then completed a general surgery and urology residency at Oregon Health and Science University as well. During that time, he also completed a research fellowship and received a master of clinical research.  He finished a Male Infertility and Men's Health Fellow at the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, Cleveland Clinic. He is currently Assistant Professor of Urology, Co-Director of the Andrology Fellowship, and Director of Infertility and Sexual Health at Southern Illinois University.  He has authored numerous chapters and peer reviewed papers on male infertility, men’s health, and erectile dysfunction as well as serving as a reviewer for multiple journals.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Tadros, please call 545-7123.

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