Martin Miner, MD, currently practices both as the co-director of the Men’s Health Center at the Miriam Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, and serves as Chief of Family and Community Medicine for the Miriam Hospital. He is also a clinical associate professor of family medicine and urology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence and has been charged with the development of a multidisciplinary Men’s Health Center within the Lifespan/Brown University system since 2008.
Dr. Miner graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Oberlin College with his AB in biology and received his MD from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Upon receiving his MD, he completed his residency at Brown University and spent time working with the Indian Health Service Corps and the Public Health Service. Following this experience, he practiced family medicine for 23 years both at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and in private practice.
Dr. Miner presently holds memberships in the American Academy of Family Physicians, the RI and Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians, and American Urologic Association, and is a fellow of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America where he was on the BOD until this past year. He is also a member of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health and is the President-Elect of the American Society of Men’s Health. Active on several journal editorial boards, Dr. Miner also serves as a reviewer and has published extensively in the areas of erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, benign prostatic hyperplasia, lower urinary tract symptoms, male sexuality, and hormone therapy for men. He has given numerous presentations in the United States and internationally, is active in several research studies on men's health, and was a consultant to the 2009 International Society of Sexual Medicine Consensus Panel.
Dr. Miner was chosen the Brown Teacher of the Year in 2003 and 2007 and was recognized by the Massachusetts Medical Society’s Award as achieving the most significant contribution to Men’s Health: 2012.