Jeremy T. Choy, MD


Dr. Jeremy Choy is an endocrinologist and an Acting Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Nutrition and the Department of Urology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He specializes in male reproductive medicine, and his clinical interests include male reproductive endocrinology, male infertility, oncofertility and fertility preservation, hypogonadism, and sexual health.

At SRM, Dr. Choy’s practice is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of male infertility, with the goal of determining what causative factors are behind a man’s infertility, and depending on the circumstances, what interventions might be available to help improve a man’s fertility. He is a strong proponent of a multidisciplinary approach to care, and he works in concert with SRM’s female reproductive endocrinologists and urologists to formulate treatment plans to provide his patients with the best opportunity for pregnancy.

Dr. Choy has held a longstanding passion for reproductive medicine which initially inspired him to pursue a career in medicine and has since informed all stages of his professional journey. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brown University, graduating magna cum laude with his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. While attending medical school at Brown University, he developed a specific interest in the field of male infertility, which he further honed through a clinical research fellowship in andrology at Northwestern University. He went on to complete his residency training in internal medicine at Brown University’s Warren Alpert School of Medicine, and his fellowship training in endocrinology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, all the while developing his expertise in male reproductive medicine.

Dr. Choy has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications, journal articles, and book chapters on male infertility and men’s health, and he is an active member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.