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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Abdulmaged Traish is Emeritus Professor of Urology at Boston University School of Medicine. He earned a B.Sc., in Chemistry & Botany form the University of Tripoli, Tripoli, LIBYA in 1971 and a Ph.D., in Biochemistry from Boston University, Boston, MA in 1978. After two years of training as a postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Biochemistry at Boston University school of Medicine, he was appointed as an assistant research professor of Biochemistry in the Department of Biochemistry. Professor Traish also earned Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Boston University School of Management in 1993. Over the past three decades, Dr. Traish has contributed significantly, through teaching, education and basic research, to the field of biochemistry and physiology of reproductive and sexual medicine. His most important contributions to the field of sexual medicine are the development of experimental animal models to investigate the endocrine regulation of sexual arousal physiology and function in males and females and his pioneering work on the basic mechanisms of sex steroid hormones on erectile physiology. Professor Traish has been successful in procuring research funds from the National Institute of Health as well as from the Private Sector and was instrumental in the establishment of the institute for sexual medicine at Boston University school of Medicine. Professor Traish had served as an advisor/mentor for more than 48 students who earned a Master of Arts in Medical Sciences degree and was a reader on their thesis dissertation. He also mentored 5 doctoral students (Ph.D.) who completed their research dissertation in his laboratory. Professor Traish has advised and served as mentor for physician-scientists, medical residents and research fellows from several countries including Italy, South Korea, Turkey, Greece and the USA, who sought research training in his laboratory. Professor Traish has authored and co-authored over 185 original research publications and several book chapters and co-edited one of the first books on female sexual function and dysfunction. Dr. Traish’ research lead to several inventions including seven patents, approved by the USA Department of Patent Office. As an outstanding teacher, Professor Traish was awarded the Educator of the Year award by Council on Faculty Affairs Award for Excellence in Teaching in Graduate Sciences, in 2000 and once again in 2004. In 2006, Professor Traish was awarded the highest Teaching Award given by Boston University to an outstanding professor for teaching “The Metcalf Prize & Cup for Teaching Excellence”. As an outstanding researcher and pioneer in field of sexual medicine, Dr. Traish delivered more than 90 lectures on his research in various National and International conferences, congresses and Universities in the US, Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. Professor Traish is the Research Director of The Institute for Sexual Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. He served as a member of the Medical School Curriculum Committee, the Grading Committee, the Department of Biochemistry Admissions Committee, the Medical school Admissions Committee, a Member of the Medical School Academies, Chaired the Graduate Medical Sciences Program Advising Committee and is a member of the Advisory Group for BU-Works Committee. Dr. Traish serves on the editorial boards of several Journals and an ad hoc reviewer for many journals in his field.
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Concept Erectile Dysfunction
Concept Sexual Dysfunction, Physiological
Concept Sexual Dysfunctions, Psychological
Academic Article Identification of alpha 1-adrenergic receptor subtypes in human corpus cavernosum tissue and in cultured trabecular smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article Mechanisms of ischemia-induced cavernosal smooth muscle relaxation impairment in a rabbit model of vasculogenic erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article A possible mechanism for alteration of human erectile function by digoxin: inhibition of corpus cavernosum sodium/potassium adenosine triphosphatase activity.
Academic Article Intracavernosal sildenafil facilitates penile erection independent of the nitric oxide pathway.
Academic Article Experimental models for the investigation of female sexual function and dysfunction.
Academic Article Pilot study of the endothelin-A receptor selective antagonist BMS-193884 for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Androgen replacement therapy with dehydroepiandrosterone for androgen insufficiency and female sexual dysfunction: androgen and questionnaire results.
Academic Article Biochemical and physiological mechanisms of female genital sexual arousal.
Academic Article Effects of medical or surgical castration on erectile function in an animal model.
Academic Article Serum androgen levels in healthy premenopausal women with and without sexual dysfunction: Part B: Reduced serum androgen levels in healthy premenopausal women with complaints of sexual dysfunction.
Academic Article The role of sex steroid hormones in female sexual function and dysfunction.
Academic Article Cocaine and ephedrine-induced priapism: case reports and investigation of potential adrenergic mechanisms.
Academic Article Functional prostaglandin E (EP) receptors in human penile corpus cavernosum.
Academic Article Serum androgen levels in healthy premenopausal women with and without sexual dysfunction: Part A. Serum androgen levels in women aged 20-49 years with no complaints of sexual dysfunction.
Academic Article Adipocyte accumulation in penile corpus cavernosum of the orchiectomized rabbit: a potential mechanism for veno-occlusive dysfunction in androgen deficiency.
Academic Article Weapons of penile smooth muscle destruction: androgen deficiency promotes accumulation of adipocytes in the corpus cavernosum.
Academic Article Alpha-adrenoceptors are a common denominator in the pathophysiology of erectile function and BPH/LUTS--implications for clinical practice.
Academic Article Clinical biologic pathophysiologies of women's sexual dysfunction.
Academic Article The evolving role of testosterone in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Testosterone and erectile function: from basic research to a new clinical paradigm for managing men with androgen insufficiency and erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Are androgens critical for penile erections in humans? Examining the clinical and preclinical evidence.
Academic Article Are the Endocrine Society's Clinical Practice Guidelines on Androgen Therapy in Women misguided? A commentary.
Academic Article Is vardenafil "noninferior" or superior to sildenafil in the management of erectile dysfunction? Revisiting the biochemical, physiological, and clinical evidence.
Academic Article The dark side of testosterone deficiency: I. Metabolic syndrome and erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article The dark side of testosterone deficiency: II. Type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance.
Academic Article The brain, the penis and steroid hormones: clinical correlates with endothelial dysfunction.
Academic Article Testosterone therapy in women with gynecological and sexual disorders: a triumph of clinical endocrinology from 1938 to 2008.
Academic Article Androgens play a pivotal role in maintaining penile tissue architecture and erection: a review.
Academic Article Estradiol ameliorates diabetes-induced changes in vaginal structure of db/db mouse model.
Academic Article Mechanisms of obesity and related pathologies: androgen deficiency and endothelial dysfunction may be the link between obesity and erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Hypogonadism in men with erectile dysfunction may be related to a host of chronic illnesses.
Academic Article Obesity and erectile dysfunction: is androgen deficiency the common link?
Academic Article Biochemical factors modulating female genital sexual arousal physiology.
Academic Article Safety of physiological testosterone therapy in women: lessons from female-to-male transsexuals (FMT) treated with pharmacological testosterone therapy.
Academic Article Adverse side effects of 5a-reductase inhibitors therapy: persistent diminished libido and erectile dysfunction and depression in a subset of patients.
Academic Article Testosterone deficiency.
Academic Article Low testosterone associated with obesity and the metabolic syndrome contributes to sexual dysfunction and cardiovascular disease risk in men with type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Testosterone deficiency and risk factors in the metabolic syndrome: implications for erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Estrogens in men: clinical implications for sexual function and the treatment of testosterone deficiency.
Academic Article Role of Androgens in Women’s Sexual Function & Dysfunction: What Have We Learned in Six Decades?
Academic Article Female genital sexual arousal: biochemical mediators and potential mechanisms of dysfunction
Academic Article Impact of the Metabolic Syndrome on Erectile Dysfunction
Academic Article Pathophysiologic Mechanisms involved in genital arousal dysfunction
Academic Article Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction
Academic Article Induced androgen deficiency: from clinical presentation to fatigue, erectile dysfunction and muscle atrophy to insulin resistance and diabetes
Academic Article Management of femal sexual dysfunction
Academic Article Female Genital Sexual Arousal Dysfunction in Diabetes: The Estrogen Link
Academic Article Modulation of female genital sexual arousal by sex steroid hormones
Academic Article The dark side of 5a-reductase inhibitors'' therapy: sexual dysfunction, high Gleason grade prostate cancer and depression.
Academic Article Induced testosterone deficiency: from clinical presentation of fatigue, erectile dysfunction and muscle atrophy to insulin resistance and diabetes.
Academic Article Androgen deficiency and mitochondrial dysfunction: implications for fatigue, muscle dysfunction, insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
Academic Article Medical hypothesis: loss of the endocrine function of the prostate is important to the pathophysiology of postprostatectomy erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article A critical analysis of the role of testosterone in erectile function: from pathophysiology to treatment-a systematic review.
Academic Article Density and distribution of connexin 43 in corpus cavernosum tissue from diabetic and hypogonadal patients with erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Finasteride, not tamsulosin, increases severity of erectile dysfunction and decreases testosterone levels in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Academic Article Adverse effects of 5a-reductase inhibitors: What do we know, don''t know, and need to know?
Academic Article Long-term dutasteride therapy in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia alters glucose and lipid profiles and increases severity of erectile dysfunction.
Academic Article Negative Impact of Testosterone Deficiency and 5a-Reductase Inhibitors Therapy on Metabolic and Sexual Function in Men.
Academic Article Benefits and Health Implications of Testosterone Therapy in Men With Testosterone Deficiency.
Academic Article PD45-03 VOIDING FUNCTION IMPROVES UNDER LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS (TU) IN HYPOGONADAL MEN FOR UP TO 12 YEARS INDEPENDENT OF PROSTATE SIZE
Academic Article RECURRENCE OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN A POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMAN ON ESTROGEN AND ANDROGEN REPLACEMENT TREATED WITH OXYCODONE
Academic Article The Metabolic Syndrome and Erectile Dysfunction: testosterone may be a common denominator
Academic Article 5a-Reductase inhibitor therapy: Should physicians be concerned with persistent diminished libido, erectile dysfunction and depression in a subset of patients?
Academic Article Erectile dysfunction and LUTS at the cellular level: Impact of Aging and/or Hypogonadism on Prostate & Cavernosal Tissues
Academic Article 240 Long term testosterone treatment: Effects of therapy withdrawal and re-treatment in hypogonadal elderly men on obesity, voiding function and prostate safety parameters. How long should hypogonadal subjects be treated?
Academic Article Biochemical and Physiological Mechanisms of Penile Erection: Proceedings of the Boston University School of Medicine Conference on Erectile Dysfunction
Academic Article BPH-associated sexual dysfunction: Etiology & Pathogenesis: An organic point of view
Academic Article MP47-07 PREDIABETES, HYPOGONADISM & ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: GLYCAEMIC CONTROL IN 109 HYPOGONADAL MEN TREATED WITH TESTOSTERONE UNDECANOATE INJECTIONS (TU) FOR UP TO 8 YEARS: REAL-LIFE DATA FROM REGISTRY STUDIES
Academic Article Diagnosis and Treatment of Testosterone Deficiency: Updated Recommendations From the Lisbon 2018 International Consultation for Sexual Medicine.
Academic Article Post-finasteride syndrome: a surmountable challenge for clinicians.

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