Dr. Peter Burrows MD
Dr. Peter Burrows is a board certified urologist and formally trained microsurgeon. Dr. Burrows was trained at the most exclusive fellowship (additional training beyond standard urology residency) at Baylor University's Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. This formal training allowed Dr. Burrows to become an expert in male factor infertility and andrology (male hormonal changes and sperm production). Dr. Burrows has published several articles and a book chapter titled "The Office Evaluation of the Infertile Male.
Dr. Burrows was born and raised in Los Angeles, earning his undergraduate degree from UCLA with honors. Dr. Peter Burrows then went on to earn his M.D. from Ohio State University, where he also received academic honors. He trained in general urology at USC Medical Center, where he received hands-on instruction from the world's experts in diseases of the prostate, bladder and kidney. During his residency, Dr. Burrows' professors recognized his attention to detail and surgical skill and supported him in attaining a very competitive fellowship in microsurgery and male fertility. Prior to leaving USC, Dr. Burrows was presented with teaching awards from both the USC Department of Urology and the USC School of Medicine.
Dr. Peter Burrows, an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Urology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, returns regularly to Southern California to teach to the residents at the University of Southern California Hospital. He is currently a member of many elected urologic and reproductive medicine societies, including the American Urologic Association, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction, the Society for Male Reproduction, Urology and Andrology. Dr. Burrows lectures frequently and writes publications for national, regional and local audiences.
Dr. Peter Burrows and his wife live in Tucson raising their two young children. His hobbies include scuba diving, tennis and travel.
He and Dr. Marks jointly pursue continued research in the areas of male fertility and improving post-surgical outcomes. Dr. Peter Burrows prefers an "open-door" policy, and welcomes e-mails and phone calls to answer whatever questions his patients may have.