Nick Tadros, MD, MCR

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    About me

    Dr. Nick N. Tadros is an Assistant Professor of Urology and Director of Men’s Health and Male Infertility at SIU Medicine. He is a fellowship-trained Andrologist and is well versed in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, and infertility. He has also teamed up with Cardiology and Endocrinology to provide comprehensive care for his patients.

    Dr. Tadros earned his medical degree from Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland. He completed a General Surgery and Urology residency at OHSU along with a Research fellowship and completed a Master’s of Clinical Research during his time at OHSU. He also finished a Male Infertility and Men’s Health fellowship at the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.

    Dr. Tadros has authored numerous book chapters and peer-reviewed papers on male infertility, men’s health, and erectile dysfunction. He also has served as a reviewer for multiple journals.

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    Gender

    Male

    Education & training

    Positions
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Surgery, Division of Urology
    Director of Men's Health and Male Infertility
    Medical School
    Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
    Residency
    Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR - Urology
    Fellowship
    Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH - Andrology and Male Infertility

    Specialties

    Clinical locations

    Locations

    SIU Urology

    747 N. Rutledge Street Springfield, IL 62702
    Mon - Fri: 8:00 am-4:30 pm

    Clinical trials

    Trial
    Urology

    The Erectile Restoration Registry – IT MATTERS

    Active recruiting

    The purpose of this research study is to assess the impact of the BSC penile prostheses devices on quality of life in men with erectile dysfunction through the use of questionnaires.  The study is an observation of your medical condition for a period of time after the initial implant of the device.