Dr Lamb is an investigator in the fields of urology, male infertility, steroid hormone action, prostate cancer and genitourinary birth defects. She joins Examen to discuss how male fertility has changed in recent years.
Dr Dolores Lamb’s experience is unique as she has an extensive background in both the clinical diagnostic and the basic science arenas in men’s health as well as having a remarkable record of achievement in the mentoring and development of clinician-scientists.
Dolores J. (Dorrie) Lamb, PhD, HCLD (ABB) joined Weill Cornell Medicine on March 1, 2018 as Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Urology, Director of the Center for Reproductive Genomics and Professor of Molecular Biology in Urology (tenured). She holds the Robert S. Dow Professorship of Urology. She recently was appointed as Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs. She maintains an active presence in both the academic and research communities at Weill Cornell Medicine.
She is a former president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the American Society of Andrology, the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology (ASRM), Society for the Study of Male Reproduction (AUA), Society for Women in Urology (SWIU), Society for Basic Urologic Research, Women in Andrology, American Association of Bioanalysts and currently serves on the American Board of Bioanalysts as Secretary-Treasurer. She is a highly recognized NIH-funded researcher whose areas of investigation have focused on the genetics of male infertility, the genomics of genitourinary birth defects, steroid-regulated growth of male reproductive tumors, and other areas of benign urologic research.