Dr. Brian T Nguyen joined the University of Southern California’s department of Obstetrics & Gynecology in 2016 following the completion of a fellowship in Family Planning and Contraceptive Research at the University of Chicago. During his fellowship, Dr. Nguyen also completed a Master’s of Science degree for Clinical Professionals and gained research experience at the Population Council in New York and World Health Organization. Throughout his clinical and research training, Dr. Nguyen has sustained an interest in understanding how men are influenced and can influence women’s reproductive health. He has thus explored such topics as men’s access to emergency contraception, expedited male partner treatment for sexually transmitted infections, disparities in the use of vasectomy, men’s experiences of unintended pregnancy and abortion, and most recently, male hormonal contraception. He hopes to continue research that creates a positive role for men in women’s health.
Stanford University: Phi Beta Kappa, 2001
Offering the full range of contraceptive options: a survey of interest in vasectomy training in the US family planning community. Contraception. 2017 May; 95(5):500-504. View in: PubMed
Offering the full range of contraceptive options: a survey of interest in vasectomy training in the US family planning community. Contraception. 2017 Jan 11. View in: PubMed
Evaluating the efficacy and safety of a progestin- and estrogen-releasing ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer contraceptive vaginal ring. Expert Opin Drug Saf. 2014 Oct; 13(10):1423-30. View in: PubMed
Putting the man in contraceptive mandate. Contraception. 2014 Jan; 89(1):3-5. View in: PubMed
Factors associated with family planning and vasectomy discussions: results from a health provider survey. Med Health R I. 2010 Feb; 93(2):48-50. View in: PubMed