Andrew McCullough, MD
Andrew McCullough, MD obtained his medical degree from the University of Maryland. He completed his surgical residency at the University of Florida School of Medicine, followed by a residency in urology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Maryland. Dr. McCullough finished his education as a W.W. Scott Research Fellow with the American Cancer Society.
Dr. Andrew McCullough is an internationally recognized expert in sexual health and has presented his research work in sexual dysfunction and male infertility at conferences throughout the world, including major cities in Asia, Mexico, and Hawaii. Dr. McCullough has served as a consultant for pharmaceutical companies to investigate medical therapies for the treatment of male and female sexual dysfunction. Dr. McCullough has served as Principal Investigator or Sub-Investigator on more than 40 clinical trials.
Dr. McCullough’s work on sexual health has been extensively published and he has received several awards in his specialized field. In addition, he has contributed to many interviews as an expert for media sources including CBS Evening News, CNBC, ABC Good Morning America, and SIRIUS Radio. In addition, he has contributed to many local, national and international organizations as lecturer, committee member and Board Member, including the Media Advisory Committee of the Gamete Bank at the Program for IVF New York University and The Institutional Review Board of New York University. Dr. McCullough has served as a clinical instructor in Urology at many locations throughout his career. He hails from New York University where he practiced for 17 years on the full time urology faculty. He was Director of Male Sexual Health, Fertility and Microsurgery and will be heading the Andrology Division in the Department of Urology at AMC. He has also served as a reviewer of numerous medical journals, including Journal of Urology, International Journal of Impotence Research, and Asian Journal of Andrology.
Dr. McCullough has special interest in male infertility, male sexual dysfunction, premature ejaculation, Peyronie's Disease, and Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy.