Born and raised in the Middle Eastern country of Iran, Dr. David Samadi has found himself on the path of an exciting and fulfilling career. As young boys the Samadi brothers found themselves continuing their education in Belgium and London prior to finishing his high school career in New York. Shortly after completing high school David Samadi attended Stone Brooke University where he completed a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. Immediately upon completion of his bachelor’s degree, Samadi continued his education at Stone Brooke University and earned his M.D.. David Samadi then completed his residency at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil. This was only the beginning of his medical career.
After the completion of his formal training Dr. David Samadi was found to have enough skill to be concerned as part of the urology team at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. During his time with the faculty at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Samadi continued to pursue his passion of helping people live more longer and more fulfilling lives. Eventually, his efforts paid off as he was given the title Chief of Robotics Surgery. Soon after Samadi was promoted again to Director of Urology. Just a few years later, Dr. David Samadi chose to leave Mt. Sinai School of Medicine to become the Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotics Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. It here that he continues to pursue his passions for prostate surgery via the use of robotics as treatment for prostate cancer.
In his two recent articles Dr. David Samadi explored the importance of maintaining sexual health for men and women. Because of the differences between the male and female sexes the information contained within the articles, while centered-around the same subject matter, differed respectively. The discussion carried out in his article for women outlined the importance of women educating themselves about the transformation of menopause. In his article, Dr. David Samadi provides numerous facts and suggestions for women to become more aware of the changes in their body as they go through menopause. Obviously advice tailored to women is not of much help for men when it comes to caring for one’s sexual health. As such, Dr. David Samadi’s article for caring for male sexual health focused primarily on being aware of prostate’s condition. The article contained suggestions for maintaining and improving a man’s own sexual health.