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Jeanne H.S. O'Brien, M.D.

Surgery, Urology

Clinical Interests

Bladder Cancer General Urology Kidney Stone Disease, Lithotripsy Male Infertility Testicular Cancer

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Fax: (585) 273-1068

Office: (585) 275-3341

URMFGA member of the University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group

groupAn Accountable Health Partner

assignmentAccepting New Patients

Biography

Professional Background

Dr. Jeanne O'Brien is an associate professor of urology and male infertility in the Department of Urology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. O'Brien completed her medical school education at Loyola University in Chicago. She went to residency at the University of Rochester where she completed two years of General Surgery training and subsequently 4 years of Urologic Residency training. Dr. O'Brien went on to complete advance training in microsurgery and male infertility with a fellowship at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario Canada. She is Board Certified in Adult Urology and is recognized annually in Who's Who's in American Medicine and Best Doctors in America. Dr. O'Brien has received numerous awards and recognitions for both her clinical science and basic science research work and has published in all of the major urology journals as well as the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). She is an active member of the American Urologic Association, American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the Society of Male Reproductive urologists. Her opinion is often solicited from major news organizations regarding male fertility issues.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Specialties

  • Urology - American Board of Urology

Education

1991
BA | St Lawrence University
Arts & Sciences

1997
MD | Loyola U Stritch Sch Medicine
Medicine

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

07/01/1999 - 06/30/2002
Residency in Urology at University of Rochester Medical Center

07/24/2003 - 06/30/2004
Fellowship in Urology at University of Toronto

06/01/1997 - 07/01/1999
Internship in Surgery-General at University of Rochester Medical Center

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Awards

2010 - 2010
International Exchange Scholar
Sponsor: American Urological Association/Brazilian Urological Society
Location: Sao Paolo, Brazil

2009 - 2009
Best of Session 2009: Redefining FSH in the male infertility population
Sponsor: American Urological Association
Location: Chicago, Illinois

2008 - 2008
AUA History Forum selection: The Infertility of Catherine de Medici
Sponsor: American Urological Association
Location: Linthicum, Maryland

2008 - 2008
Retrospectroscope Award - Urology in Ancient Egypt
Sponsor: American Urologic Association
Location: Orlando, Florida

2006 - 2006
Upstate Residents Competition – 3rd place, Basic Science
Sponsor: SUNY Upstate Medical University
Location: Syracuse, New York

2004 - 2005
Buswell Research Grant
Sponsor: University of Rochester Medical Center
Location: Rochester, New York

2004 - 2004
SCSA Diagnostic Travel Award for clinical presentation at ASA
Sponsor: Center for Male Reproductive Medicine

2003
Upstate Resident's Competition - Case Reports
Sponsor: SUNY Upstate Medical University
Location: Syracuse, New York

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Publications

Journal Articles

2014
Hsu I, Chuang KL, Slavin S, Da J, Lim WX, Pang St, O'Brien JH, Yeh S. "Suppression of ERß signaling via ERß knockout or antagonist protects against bladder cancer development". Carcinogenesis. 2014; 35(3): 651-61.

12/2013
Gordetsky J, Westesson K, Rabinowitz R, O'Brien J. "Wine and Honey: The Oldest of Medicines". J Nephrol. 2013; 23:26.

2012
Gordetsky J, Wijngaarden E, O'Brien, J. "Redefining abnormal follicle stimulating hormone in the male infertility population". BJU Int. 2012; : 110(4): 568-72.

Books & Chapters

2007
Chapter Title: Male Infertility
Book Title: Reproductive Endocrinology
Author List: Shear, S, O'Brien, J
Edited By: Vivian Lewis, MD
Published By: Landes Bioscience2007

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