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Richard Grady, MD

Seattle, Washington
Speaker Topic: Toxics
Medical Specialty: Pediatric Urology
PSR Affiliation: Vice-president, Washington PSR; member, National Board
School Affiliation: Associate Professor in the Department of Urology, the University of Washington School of Medicine; Attending, Division of Pediatric Urology, Seattle Children’s Hospital

Areas of Expertise:

  • Pediatric Environmental Health
  • Environmental endocrine disrupting chemicals 
Media Experience: Public Speaking, Writing

Why PSR?

I am involved in PSR because I believe it reflects the soul and the best of what a career in medicine is about.

Biographical Sketch

EDUCATION

Undergraduate: B.S. in Biomedical Sciences, 1987
Inteflex Program- Integrated premedical/medical program
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Medical School: M.D., 1990
The University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI                      

Postgraduate:

Internship: General Surgery, 1990-1992
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio

Residency: Urology, 1992-93/1994-96
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio

Biotechnology Program Research Scholar, 1993-1994
Cell Mediated Immune Section/National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD

Fellowship: Pediatric Urology, 1996-1998
Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center
University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA
 
FACULTY POSITIONS HELD

Associate Professor of Urology, 2005- Present
University of Washington Medical Center / Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center

Assistant Professor of Urology, 1998- 2005
University of Washington Medical Center / Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center

Pediatric Urology Fellowship Program Director, 2000-Present
University of Washington Medical Center / Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center

Director of Clinical Research Programs – Section of Pediatric Urology, 2001-Present
University of Washington Medical Center / Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center

Interim Chief – Pediatric Urology, 2006-2007
University of Washington Medical Center / Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center

To request Dr. Grady as a speaker, please email psrnatl@psr.org or call 202-667-4260.

In the Spotlight

4th Annual Soul of Medicine Dinner

Friday, April 25th. Chicago PSR's annual celebration, this year honoring Dr. David Ansell. Free for medical students.

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Publications:

Grady, R., Mitchell, M: The fetus with complex genitourinary anomalies. In The Unborn Patient, Third edition (eds. Harrison, M, Evans, M, Adzick, S, Holzgreve, W). W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 2000; 643-656.

Symons, J., Grady, R.: Disorders of the genitourinary system. In Comprehensive Pediatrics (eds. Osborn, L., DeWitt, T., First, L.) Harcourt Health Sciences, Philadelphia. 2004; pp. 1352- 1363.

Porter, M., Faizan, K., Grady, R, Mueller, B.: Hypospadias in Washington State: Maternal Risk Factors and Prevalence Trends. Pediatrics. 2005 Mar; e-article.

Walsh, T., Grady, R., Porter, M., Lin, D., Weiss, N.: The Incidence of testicular germ cell cancers in children. Urology. 2006 Aug;68(2):402-5; discussion 405.

Shnorhavorian, M., Wright, J., de Boer, I., Dalrymple, L., Grady, R., De Roos, A.: Maternal risk factors for congenital anomalies: Results of a population based control study. Journal of Urology  April 2008 (Vol. 179, Issue 4, Page 355)