Premal Patel, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Premal Patel joined the Section of Urology in July of 2019 as an Assistant Professor. He completed his Fellowship training in Male Infertility, Microsurgery and Sexual Medicine at the University of Miami. He has published numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts in the field of Urology & Male Reproduction - Dr. Patel is an expert in microsurgery and specializes in novel surgical techniques for vasectomy reversal and sperm extraction. Prior to completing his Fellowship, he completed his Urology Residency at the University of Manitoba and obtained his Medical Degree from the University of Calgary. Please visit to learn more about Male Reproductive Urology and how to contact Dr. Patel.

Research Focus
Male infertility, outcomes of assisted reproductive technologies, Peyronie’s Disease, testosterone deficiency and novel therapies for erectile dysfunction
Publications (

Patel P, Carrasquillo, Madhusoodanan V, Dadoun S, Patel A, Smith N, Collazo I, Kohn T & Ramasamy R. Impact of abnormal sperm morphology on live birth rates following intrauterine insemination. J Urol. 2019.

Patel A, Patel P, Bitran J & Ramasamy R. Can serum 17-hydroxyprogesterone be used as a marker for Evaluation of Intratesticular Testosterone? TAU. 2019.

Patel P, Fode M, Lue T & Ramasamy R. Should Low-intensity Shockwave Therapy be 1st therapy for patients who are PDE-5 non-responders? Eur Urol Focus. 2019.

Patel P & Hauser N. Surgical Management of Peyronie’s Disease. Eur Urol Focus. 2018.

Chu K, Patel P & Ramasamy R. Consideration of Gender Differences in Infertility Evaluation. Curr Op Urol. 2019.

Patel P, Shiff B, Kohn T & Ramasamy R. Impaired Sleep is associated with Low Testosterone in US Adult Males: Results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. World J Urol. 2018.


University of Manitoba
Assistant Professor

Current position
Health Sciences Centre
Male Infertility, Microsurgery & Sexual Medicine

AD203-720 Sherbrook Avenue
Health Sciences Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3A 1R9

Phone: 204-787-8520
Fax: 204-787-3040

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