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Specialities

Reproductive / Urology, Urology

Languages

English

Biography

Thomas J. Walsh, M.D., M.S., is a board certified urologist at the Men's Health Center at UW Medical Center Roosevelt and a UW associate professor of Urology.

Dr. Walsh believes in a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and treatment of male infertility and sexual dysfunction. He works closely with experts in female reproductive health to offer comprehensive care to infertile couples. He integrates the most advanced and minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment modalities into his practice.

Dr. Walsh earned his M.D. at Northwestern University with high honors and his M.S. at the UW, where he was a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Scholar. His clinical and research interests include all aspects of male reproductive and sexual dysfunction. He is a fellow-trained microsurgeon and commonly performs microscopic vasectomy reversal and varicocele surgery.

Personal Interests

In his free time Dr. Walsh loves spending time with his family. He enjoys the outdoors and is an avid cyclist and sailor.
Men's Health Center at UWMC-Roosevelt

Men's Health Center at UWMC-Roosevelt

4245 Roosevelt Way NE, 3rd Floor Seattle, WA 98105

206.598.6358

Endocrinology, Erectile dysfunction, Men's healthcare, Peyronie’s disease

male-fertility-lab

Male Fertility Lab

4245 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, WA 98105

206.598.6358

Fertility preservation

Univ. of Washington, School of Public Health & Community Medicine

Master, 2004

Northwestern University Medical School

Medical education, 2000

University of California, San Francisco

Fellowship, Infertility

UW - Dept. of Urology

Residency, Urology

UW - Dept. of Surgery

Residency, General Surgery

UW - Dept. of Surgery

Internship, General Surgery

University of California, San Francisco

Teaching Appointment

 

Board Certifications
  • Urology, 2010, American Board of Urology