Ronald Swerdloff, M.D.
Work Phone Number:
Walter Martin Research Bldg.
Los Angeles, CA 90095
1124 West Carson Street RB-1
Torrance, CA 90502
Harbor-UCLA Medl Cntr-Endo
1000 W. Carson Street Box 446
Los Angeles, CA 90509
Chief of Division of Endocrinology,
Harbor UCLA Medical Center
Division of Endocrinology/Metabolism
ENDOCRINOLOGY, METABOLISM & NUTRITION
Center for Men's Health
Harbor-UCLA Center for Men's Health
Internal Advisory Board
Research Education, Training, and Career Development Program (CTSI-ED)
A Short Biography:
Dr. Swerdloff is the Chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Department of Medicine and the Director of a World Health Organization Collaborative Center in Reproduction, a Mellon Foundation Center for Contraceptive Development and a NIH Contraceptive Clinical Trial Center. Dr. Swerdloff is also director of the Harbor-UCLA Reproductive Program. He earned his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco, followed by residency in internal medicine at University of Washington and UCLA, and fellowships in endocrinology at the National Institute of Aging and Harbor-UCLA. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine (internal medicine and endocrinology). He has received many awards including the Distinguished Educator Award of the Endocrine Society and American Society of Andrology's Distinguished Andrologist Award. Dr. Swerdloff has been an invited plenary lecturer at many national and international scientific meetings. His research papers, articles, and abstracts number in the 600s, and he has edited a number of books and authored over 100 book chapters.
Awards and Honors:
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
University fo Washington, Seattle
Yin Anthony Y, Htun Michelle, Swerdloff Ronald S, Diaz-Arjonilla Maruja, Dudley Robert E, Faulkner Sandra, Bross Rachelle, Leung Andrew, Baravarian Sima, Hull Laura, Longstreth James A, Kulback Steven, Flippo Gregory, Wang Christina
Reexamination of pharmacokinetics of oral testosterone undecanoate in
hypogonadal men with a new self-emulsifying formulation.
Journal of andrology,
Wang Christina, Jackson Graham, Jones T Hugh, Matsumoto Alvin M, Nehra Ajay, Perelman Michael A, Swerdloff Ronald S, Traish Abdul, Zitzmann Michael, Cunningham Glenn
Low testosterone associated with obesity and the metabolic syndrome
contributes to sexual dysfunction and cardiovascular disease risk in
men with type 2 diabetes.
Liu Peter Y, Kalak Robert, Lue Yanhe, Jia Yue, Erkkila Krista, Zhou Hong, Seibel Markus J, Wang Christina, Swerdloff Ronald S, Dunstan Colin R
Genetic and hormonal control of bone volume, architecture, and
remodeling in XXY mice.
Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research,
Lue YanHe, Swerdloff Ronald, Liu QingHai, Mehta Hemal, Hikim Amiya Sinha, Lee Kuk-Wha, Jia Yue, Hwang David, Cobb Laura J, Cohen Pinchas, Wang Christina
Opposing roles of insulin-like growth factor binding protein 3 and
humanin in the regulation of testicular germ cell apoptosis.
Liu Peter Y, Swerdloff Ronald S, Anawalt Bradley D, Anderson Richard A, Bremner William J, Elliesen Joerg, Gu Yi-Qun, Kersemaekers Wendy M, McLachlan Robert I, Meriggiola M Cristina, Nieschlag Eberhard, Sitruk-Ware Regine, Vogelsong Kirsten, Wang Xing-Hai, Wu Frederick C W, Zitzmann Michael, Handelsman David J, Wang Christina
Determinants of the rate and extent of spermatogenic suppression
during hormonal male contraception: an integrated analysis.
The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism,
Simpson Joe Leigh, de la Cruz Felix, Swerdloff Ronald S, Samango-Sprouse Carole, Skakkebaek Niels E, Graham John M, Hassold Terry, Aylstock Melissa, Meyer-Bahlburg Heino F L, Willard Huntington F, Hall Judith G, Salameh Wael, Boone Kyle, Staessen Catherine, Geschwind Dan, Giedd Jay, Dobs Adrian S, Rogol Alan, Brinton Bonnie, Paulsen C Alvin
Klinefelter syndrome: expanding the phenotype and identifying new
Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics,