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Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine
Chief of Medicine, University of Washington Medical Center

Education & Training 

  • MD, University of California – Davis School of Medicine, Davis, CA (1989)
  • Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals, Seattle, WA (1989–1992)
  • Chief Residency in Internal Medicine, Seattle VA Medical Center, Seattle, WA (1993)


  • University of Washington Department of Medicine Marvin Turck Award for Excellence in Teaching (2014)
  • Seattle’s Best Doctors (Seattle Magazine) (2014)
  • Top Honors (Gold) for best microsite from Web Health Awards (2014)
  • Best Clinical Management Forum, 2012 Endocrine Society Annual Meeting (2013)
  • Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2012)
  • Washington State’s Best Doctors (Washington State Magazine) (2008)
  • America’s Best Doctors (2008)
  • University of Washington Endocrinology Fellows’ Teaching Award (2007)
  • Outstanding Federal Employee honoree (2004, 2005. & 2007)
  • America’s Best Doctors (2005)
  • The Endocrine Society and Pfizer, Inc. International Award for Excellence in Published Clinical Research in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism in 2004 (2005)
  • UW Paul Beeson Award for Excellence in Teaching (1999)
  • Endocrine Society Travel Award (1997 & 1999)
  • Merck Award for Outstanding Scholarship (1989)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha (1988)
  • Sigma Xi (1984)

Research Interests 

  • Male contraception
  • Male reproduction
  • Male hypogonadism
  • Male reproductive physiology
  • Effects of androgens on bone, muscle, and cognition

Publication Highlights

  • Anawalt BD, Bebb RA, Matsumoto AM, Groome NP, Illingworth PJ, McNeilly A, and Bremner WJ. Serum inhibin B levels reflect Sertoli cell function in normal men and in men with testicular dysfunction. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 81:3341–3345, 1996.
  • Anawalt BD, Herbst KL, Matsumoto AM, Coelingh-Bennick H, Mulders T, and Bremner WJ. Desogestrel plus testosterone effectively suppresses spermatogenesis but causes a dosage-dependent weight gain and HDL cholesterol suppression. Fert & Steril 74:707–714, 2000.
  • Anawalt BDGuidelines for testosterone therapy for men: How to avoid a mad (t)ea party by getting personal. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2010;95:2614–7.
  • Anawalt BD, Hotaling JM, Walsh TJ, Matsumoto AM. Performance of Total Testosterone Measurements to Predict Free Testosterone in the Biochemical Evaluation of Male Hypogonadism. J Urol, 2012;187:1369–73.
  • Anawalt BD. Approach to Male Infertility and Induction of Spermatogenesis. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2013, 2013;98:3532–42.