|Schedule An Appointment||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 587-1454||Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine
675 Arapeen Way , Suite 205
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Dr. Hotaling has significant training in both the clinical aspects of male fertility and genetic epidemiology and he is currently the only fellowship trained male infertility/andrology expert in Utah. He completed a 6 year residency in urology at the University of Washington, elected to pursue a year of sub-specialty training in male infertility with Craig Niederberger at The University of Illinois Chicago and has a long term research goal of developing novel genetic markers for male infertility that can be used clinically to diagnose and treat this devastating condition.
He has seen and performed surgery on hundreds of men with male infertility and is an associate editor of Fertility and Sterility, a premier journal in the field has had significant extramural research funding and has over 25 publications. He obtained an MS in clinical epidemiology in 2010 with a focus on statistical genetics and conducted the first genetic study on erectile dysfunction at the University of Washington.
Prior work building the male fertility cryopreservation databank at The University of Washington resulted in his creation of the largest U.S. database of men cryopreserving sperm for cancer. While at The University of Illinois Chicago, he initiated studies on the genetics of male infertility. As part of this collaboration, he established a protocol for the collection and banking of DNA and serum and linkage to a de-identified database, gMR, an infertility specific electronic medical record. gMR allows uniform phenotyping and is going to be used by several members of a CDC working group for research collaboration.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Surgery - Assistant Professor
|Board Certification||American Board of Urology