Dr. Irwin Goldstein
Dr. Irwin Goldstein is a Professor of Urology at Boston University School of Medicine. In 1988 he hosted and chaired the International Society of Impotence Research's biennial international meeting in Boston. In 1992 he was a member of the National Institutes of Health Impotence Consensus Development Panel and Conference in Bethesda, MD. In 1994 he participated in the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, the largest epidemiologic study of impotence since the Kinsey Report.
Dr. Goldstein has been continuously funded for basic science impotence research at the National Institutes of Health since 1980. He has won numerous honors and awards for research in impotence including the Jack Lapides award and the American Urological Association Clinical Research Prize.
Dr. Goldstein has pioneered the "dynamic fusion cavernosometry and cavernosography" diagnostic technique to determine the exact nature of a man's erectile dysfunction, as well as several vascular reconstructive procedures, including penile revascularization, to restore natural potency in impotent patients.
Dr. Goldstein holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Brown University with an honors thesis in biomedical engineering. In 1975 he graduated from McGill University Medical School. He currently resides in Milton, Massachusetts.
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