Weill Cornell Medicine Urology
Weill Cornell Medicine Urology
Peter Schlegel, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Peter Schlegel, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Find a Physician

FIND A PHYSICIAN

Quickly search our world-class physicians and faculty by keyword, location and insurance provider.

Search

Dr. Peter Schlegel - What is Azoospermia?

What is azoospermia? Can azoospermia be reversed?

If you would like an appointment with a urologist specializing in azoospermia treatment, please call our office at (212) 746-5491.

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Professor & Chairman of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about azoospermia.

To learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility, please visit: https://urology.weillcornell.org/male-reproductive-medicine

Dr. Peter Schlegel - Male Infertility FAQ

If you would like an appointment with a urologist specializing in male infertility treatment, please call our office at (212) 746-5491. See below shortcuts to the questions in this video:

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Professor & Chairman of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about male fertility.

To learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility, please visit: https://urology.weillcornell.org/male-reproductive-medicine

Dr. Peter Schlegel - Improving Prostate Biopsy Patient Care

If you would like to make an appointment to see a urologist specializing in prostate health in NYC, please call our office at (646) 962-9600.

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Professor & Chairman of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine and Urologist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, discusses the advancements in prostate biopsy patient care available at the David H. Koch Center of NewYork-Presbyterian.

Dr. Schlegel Featured on Practice Update regarding Diet and Men's Fertility

Is there a link between diet and male fertility? Dr. Peter Schlegel was featured on Practice Update for expert commentary, discussing what research has suggested about how food and lifestyle choices can impact sperm production and quality:

You can read his commentary here: https://www.practiceupdate.com/content/2018-top-stories-in-urology-diet-...

Dr. Schlegel Featured in National Geographic Male Fertility Segment

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Chairman of Weill Cornell Medicine Urology, was featured on a National Geographic segment regarding male fertility.

In this clip, Dr. Schlegel discusses average sperm counts for men currently, and how this figure may have changed in recent decades. Dr. Schlegel's lab analyzes a semen sample from a patient, to show the appearance and quantity of sperm in the patient's sample.

Weill Cornell Urology at the AUA 2018 Annual Meeting

Faculty members from Weill Cornell Medicine's Department of Urology have submitted over 100 abstracts and will be presenting over 50 of these at the upcoming 2018 American Urological Association Annual Meeting, the largest scientific meeting in the world that reflects the most important advances in the field.

Research On New Male Infertility Treatment Approaches

On January 29, 2018, The Department of Urology hosted a symposium for patients on the newest treatment approaches for severe male infertility. This includes men with no sperm in the ejaculate (azoospermia) because of low sperm production as well as men with this condition of non-obstructive azoospermia that have failed attempts at testicular sperm retrieval (detection & removal of sperm from the testicle using microTESE.)

Dr. Schlegel - Birth Control for Men

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Chairman of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine, was featured in Newsweek, discussing the potential for a male birth control pill that would temporarily stop sperm production. Dr. Schlegel comments on recent research that lays a "genetic foundation for male birth control" in an animal study. He also explains some of the biological barriers that make the development of a male birth control pill a complex task:

Pages

Find a Physician FIND A PHYSICIAN

© 2016 Weill Cornell Medicine All rights reserved.