Marc Goldstein, M.D.

Urology

Honors and Awards

1980-82   Ferdinand C. Valentine Fellowship Award of the NY Academy of Medicine

1980-82   American Urological Association (AUA) Scholar Award

1981 Grand Prize Winner, Ferdinand C. Valentine Urology Prize, Essay Contest of the NY Academy of Medicine and the NY Section of the AUA

1986 First Prize, Best Movie "Microsurgical vaso-vasostomy: An

atraumatic multilayer technique", Annual Meeting. American Fertility Society and Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society.

1987 Video Urology, Award for Excellence in Video Production.

"Microsurgical vaso-vasostomy"

1990 Video Urology, Award for Excellence in Video Production.   "No-scalpel vasectomy"

1994 Co-Author, Best Poster, Infertility Session, Annual Meeting of the AUA

1994 Senior Author, Urology Residents Prize Paper, Annual Meeting of the

American Fertility Society

1994 Co-Author, Hamilton-Thorn Prize for best paper of the year in the Journal of Andrology

1995 Co-Author, Urology Prize Paper, Annual Meeting of the American

Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)

1995 Best Urology Video, Annual Meeting of ASRM

1996 President, Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, ASRM

1997 Master Teacher in Urology Award, Alumni Association, College of Medicine, SUNY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn

1997 RESOLVE, New York City Chapter Award for "Outstanding Dedication

and Commitment to Family Building"

1983-2000 Sponsor or co-sponsor of 15 prize-winning papers, Ferdinand C. Valentine Essay Contest, New York Academy of Medicine and New York Section, AUA

1999 American Infertility Association Award for Special Contribution and

Continued Devotion to Family Building.

2000 Visiting Professor and Immergut Lectureship, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

2000 "Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2001 “America’s Top Doctors”, Castle-Connolly Medical, LTD.

2001 “Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2001 Annual Visiting Professor and Judge-6th Annual Resident’s Day

Competition SUNY Upstate NY Urological Association, Syracuse, NY.

2002 Paul Peter’s Symposium Visiting Professor, Dept. of Urology, University

of Texas Southwestern.

2002 Annual Visiting Professor Dept. of Urology, University of Michigan.

2002 “Who’s Who in America”, Marquis Who’s Who

2002 “Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2002 “Best Doctors in America”

2002 “America’s Top Doctors”, Castle-Connolly Medical

2002 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, College of Medicine.

2002 John Kingsley Lattimer Award in Urology from the Kidney and

Urology Foundation of America.

2002 First Prize, Best Videotape “Ultra-Precise Multi-Layer Microsurgical

Vasovasostomy: Tricks of the Trade”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan, Philip Li. Annual Meeting American Urological Association.

2002 First Prize, Best Research Paper, “Intussuseption vasoepididymostomy, comparison of three techniques in rats”, Peter Chan, Philip Li, Marc Goldstein. Annual Meeting of Canadian Urological Association.

2002 First Prize, Best Urology Video, “Three techniques of microsurgical intussusception vasoepididymostomy: Cost-effective options for obstructive azoospermia”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan, Philip Li. Annual Meeting of ASRM.

2003 First Prize, Best Videotape “Microsurgical Intussusception Vasoepididymostomy: Tricks of the Trade”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan,Philip Li. Annual Meeting AUA.

2003 “Best Doctors in America”

2004 “Who’s Who in America”, Marquis Who’s Who.

2004 “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare”

2004 Bonei Olam Medical Achievement Award

2004 First Prize, Best Urology Paper, “Comparison of patency rates, pregnancy and late failures in four techniques of vasoepididymostomy in 143 consecutive patients”, Jonathan D. Schiff, Peter T. Chan, Philip S. Li, Samuel Finkelberg, Marc Goldstein. Annual Meeting of ASRM.

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