Mary Samplaski

About Mary Samplaski

Dr. Mary Samplaski, MD is the Director of Male Infertility, Andrology and Microsurgery at the University of Southern California (http://keck.usc.edu/faculty/mary-samplaski/). She completed her medical school education at the George Washington University. She went on to do her residency training in Urology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. She then completed a 2-year fellowship training program in Male Infertility and Andrology at the University of Toronto. She has also done additional specialty training at the Miami Project in Male Infertility in the Spinal Cord Injury population. Dr. Samplaski is an internationally recognized leader in Male Infertility, Andrology and Microsurgery. She has spent time in Ghana with the International Volunteers in Urology medical outreach program. She is committed to the advancement of the field of Male Reproductive Medicine through her research, and she has over 50 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. Her research interests include ethics and infertility, Klinefelter's and the role of the internet in medicine. Dr. Samplaski has received numerous awards and accolades for her academic accomplishments, including the prestigious Bruce Hubbard Stewart Award for Humanistic Medicine. Dr. Samplaski has been interviewed by CNN Heath, the Huffington Post, New York Post, LA Times and Twitter. She remains active on social media, and is followed by many reproductive groups and many of her patients.