Research and Publications

New Study for Premature Ejaculation

The Men’s Health Center at the Miriam Hospital is testing a new, investigational drug that is under development for premature ejaculation.

To qualify you must:

  • Be a healthy male 18 to 60 years of age
  • Have had lifelong premature ejaculation
  • Be in a monogamous relationship
  • Not be planning pregnancy with partner
  • Not have erectile dysfunction
  • Be willing to stop present treatment for premature ejaculation during study

Participants will be compensated for their time during the study.

For more information call Gail at 401-793-4335 or e-mail gyates@lifespan.org.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles Authored or Co-Authored by Staff

  • "All Men with Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction Require a Cardiovascular Workup." Am J Med. (2014 March) 174-182.
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  • "Men's health in primary care: an emerging paradigm of sexual function and cardiometabolic risk." Urol Clin North Am. (2012 Feb) 39(1):1-23.
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  • "The Princeton III Consensus recommendations for the management of erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular disease." Mayo Clin Proc. (2012 Aug) 87(8):766-78.
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  • "Testosterone deficiency." Am J Med. (2011 Jul) 124(7):578-87.
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  • "The effect of testosterone supplementation on depression symptoms in hypogonadal men from the Testim Registry in the US (TRiUS)." Aging Male. (2012 Mar) 15(1):14-21.
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  • "Testosterone replacement therapy in men with hypogonadism and HIV/AIDS: results from the TRiUS registry." Postgrad Med. (2013 Mar) 125(2):19-29.
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  • "Psychosocial aspects of ejaculatory dysfunction and male reproduction" Fertility and Sterility; November , 2015, v. 104, issue 5, pages 1089-1094
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Contact us to learn more or to make an appointment at the Men's Health Center at The Miriam Hospital.