Susanne Quallich, PhD

Assistant Professor, Urology


Susanne A. Quallich, PhD, ANP-BC, NP-C, CUNP, FAANP has been working as a nurse practitioner for almost 25 years. Her career has focused on improving the care of men by focusing on raising awareness of men's sexual and reproductive health needs, and emphasizing preconception fertility care for men. She has been engaged in clinically-based research that quickly translates to improvements in their care; her present research interests include chronic pelvic and genital pain issues in men, and psychosocial characteristics of men seeking fertility care.  Her clinical focus includes chronic pain issues in men, and men’s sexual and genital health needs.

Clinical Interests

Male genital pain, male infertility and preconception care, arterigenic and venogenic erectile dysfunction, male genital conditions, low testosterone



2010 – Present             PhD     University of Michigan School of Nursing

PhD Candidate as of 2015, Anticipated Completion: 2016

1994 – 1996    MSN    Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University

1992 - 1994     BSN     Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University

1989 – 1993    BS, Biology     John Carroll University



American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society

Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates

American Urological Association

Society of Women in Urology, Inc.

American Pain Society

Society for the Study of Male Reproduction

Sexual Medicine Society of North America

Society of Urologic Prosthetic Surgeons

Society for Male Reproduction in Urology

American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Published Articles or Reviews

Quallich, S.A. (online, 2016). Nurse practitioner knowledge and treatment choices for chronic unexplained orchialgia. Journal for Nurse Practitioners. [JNP-D-15-00390] 

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