Beneranda Sophia Ford-Glanton, M.D.
Department of Surgery
Division of Urological Surgery
Saint Louis University Department of Surgery
P.O. Box 15250
3635 Vista Ave. at Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63110-0250
Dr. Sophia Ford-Glanton is a SLUCare urologist and assistant professor in the Division of Urologic Surgery at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Dr. Ford-Glanton specializes in conditions that affect the male reproductive system, including infertility, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction and testicular pain. She offers a variety of therapies, treatment options and procedures, such as vasectomy reversal and implant surgery.
In addition to services for men, Dr. Ford-Glanton has a special interest in the treatment of kidney stones, particularly for pregnant women. She uses ultrasound in her practice to assist with diagnosis and treatment, and is a hands-on clinical ultrasound instructor with the American Urological Association (AUA).
In addition to membership in the AUA, Dr. Ford-Glanton is a member of the National Medical Association, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and the Society of Women in Urology. She the eldest of five daughters and has three daughters of her own.
Andrology Fellow 09/07-08/08
University of Illinois at Chicago
Urology Resident 07/03-06/07
SUNY at Buffalo
Surgical Intern 06/02-06/03
SUNY at Buffalo
Graduate degree and major, University
Stanford University School of Medicine
Undergraduate degree and major
B.S. Biological Sciences 09/94-06/98
Board Certification and Licensure
Amercian Board of Urology
Professional Society memberships
American Urologic Association 07/04-pres
National Medical Association 07/04-pres
Sexual Medicine Society of North America, Inc. 07/04-pres
Society of Women in Urology 07/04-pres
Research Support (Note: in reverse chronological order)
1. Research, Department of Urology, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, University at
Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Supervisor: Dr. James Mohler, Chief of Urology Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Research Subject: The Effects of Perioperative Blood Transfusion on Prostate
Cancer Recurrence 05-07
2. Research Assistantship Award, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford School of
Medicine, Stanford, CA
Supervisor: Dr. Thomas N. Robinson, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Research Subject: A Pilot Study to Reduce Television Viewing in African American
3. Medical Scholars Research Award, Department of Pediatrics, Neonatology,
Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
Supervisor: Dr. Phyllis A. Dennery, Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Research Subject: Heme Oxygenase Expression in Maturation and Localization
of Heme Oxygenase in Response to Hyperoxia in the Neonatal Lung97-99
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