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School of Medicine
Kelly Chiles, M.D.
Expertise: Adolescent Fertility Preservation, Erectile Dysfunction, Fertility before and after Cancer Treatment, Male Infertility, Male Reproductive Health, Male Sexual Dysfunction, Male Testosterone Disorders, Microdissection/Microsurgical Testicular Sperm Extraction, Microsurgery/Microsurgical Reconstruction , Peyronie's Disease, Urologic Surgery, Varicocele, Vasectomy Reversal ...read more
Research Interests: Peyronie's Disease, Penile Rehabilitation, Hormonal Milieu of the Testis, Development of Erectile Dysfunction After Cancer Treatment ...read more
GWUMFA Dept of Urology
2150 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20037 map
GWUMFA Dept of Urology
5215 Loughboro Rd NW
Washington, DC 20016 map
Dr. Kelly Chiles is a urologist affiliated with Sibley Memorial Hospital and George Washington University Hospital, where she serves as an assistant professor of urology for the School of Medicine. Dr. Chiles’ board certification in urology is pending. She practices out of George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates (GWUMFA) Department of Urology, located in Washington, D.C. on Sibley Memorial Hospital’s campus and on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Dr. Chiles has an expertise in male sexual and reproductive medicine, including erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory and orgasmic dysfunction, low testosterone, infertility, microscopic testicular sperm retrieval and varicocele repairs. She also has an expertise in urologic microsurgery, with experience in penile implant placement; microsurgical reconstruction, such as vasectomy reversals; and Peyronie’s disease management, including lesional injections and penile reconstruction. Dr. Chiles has a special interest in fertility preservation in the pediatric and adult population, including hormonal management and surgical fertility preservation for men with cancer or endocrinopathies, such as Klinefelter’s syndrome.
Dr. Chiles earned a Master’s degree in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. She completed a residency in urology at the University of Connecticut Health Center, followed by a fellowship in male infertility and andrology at Weill Cornell Medical College and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Dr. Chiles is a member of the American Urologic Society, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
Dr. Chiles’ research interests involve various aspects of sexual medicine, including Peyronie’s disease, penile rehabilitation, hormonal milieu of the testis and the development of erectile dysfunction after cancer treatment.
Departments / Divisions
- Surgery at Sibley Memorial Hospital
- MD, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine (2008)
- University of Connecticut Health Center / Urology (2013)
- Weill Cornell Medical College / Male Infertility/Andrology (2015)
- Pending/Scheduled / Urology
Research & Publications
Selected PublicationsView all on Pubmed
Chiles KA. "Hypogonadism and erectile dysfunction as harbingers of systemic disease." Transl Androl Urol. 2016 Apr;5(2):195-200. doi: 10.21037/tau.2016.03.05.
Chiles KA. "Editorial Comment on "Vascular and Chronological Age in Men With Erectile Dysfunction: A Longitudinal Study"." J Sex Med. 2016 Feb;13(2):209-10; discussion 211-2. doi: 10.1016/j.jsxm.2015.12.008.
Chiles KA, Schlegel PN. "Role for male reconstruction in the era of assisted reproductive technology." Fertil Steril. 2016 Apr;105(4):891-2. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2016.02.031.
Chiles KA, Schlegel PN. "Cost-effectiveness of varicocele surgery in the era of assisted reproductive technology." Asian J Androl. 2016 Mar-Apr;18(2):259-61. doi: 10.4103/1008-682X.172644.
Chiles KA, Schlegel PN. "Vasectomy Reversal must be the first step for a man who had a vasectomy and wants a children from a new marriage? Opinion: No." Int Braz J Urol. 2015 Nov-Dec;41(6):1046-8. doi: 10.1590/S1677-5538.IBJU.2015.06.04.
Activities & Honors
- American Urologic Society
- Sexual Medicine Society of North America
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine