- Assistant Professor of Urology
- Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine
- Testicular cancer
- Penile cancer
- Transgender surgery
- Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
- University of Connecticut - Urology
- Weill Cornell Medical College
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - Male Reproductive and Sexual Medicine
Kelly A. Chiles, MD, MSc is an Assistant Professor of Urology. She specializes in all areas of Male Sexual Health and Reproductive Medicine as well as being an experienced Urologic Microsurgeon.
Dr. Chiles received her Bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University in Microbiology, and a Master’s degree in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins. After completing medical school at Pennsylvania State University, she went on to complete her internship and residency at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Chiles completed an intensive two year fellowship in Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center prior to joining The GW Medical Faculty Associates.
Dr. Chiles manages all areas of male sexual health and dysfunction, including erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory and orgasmic dysfunction, and low Testosterone. She has extensive surgical experience with penile implant placement and Peyronie’s disease management, including lesional injections and penile reconstruction.
She is well-versed in all aspects of male reproductive medicine, including male infertility work-up and medical management, as well as microscopic testicular sperm retrieval (microTESE), varicocele repairs, and microsurgical reconstruction such as vasectomy reversals. In addition, she performs the “No Scalpel Vasectomy.” Dr. Chiles has a special interest in fertility preservation in the pediatric and adult population, including hormonal management and surgical fertility preservation for men with cancer or endocrinopathies such as Klinefelter’s syndrome.
Her research interests involve many aspects of sexual medicine, including Peyronie’s disease, the development of erectile dysfunction after treatment for cancer, and penile rehabilitation. She is also actively involved in research which seeks to better understand the hormonal milieu of the testis. In addition, Dr. Chiles is an active member of the American Urologic Society, as well as the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and American Society for Reproductive Medicine.