Jennifer R. Berman M.D.

Dr. Jennifer Berman is an internationally renowned Urologist, NY Times Best Selling
Author and one of America’s leading expert and authorities in the field of Female
Sexual Health.

Dr. Berman first became known to television for her award-winning series on Discovery
Health, “Berman & Berman.” She also appeared as a regular on “The Oprah Winfrey
Show” and “Good Morning America.” Today, Dr. Berman serves as an advisor and
expert for the “Today” show, CNBC and CNN and as a recurring expert on the
Emmy® Award-winning talk show, The Doctors.

Dr. Berman co-authored the groundbreaking New York Times best seller, For
Women Only: A Revolutionary Guide to Overcoming Sexual Dysfunction and
Reclaiming Your Sex Life and for her achievements in the field of female sexual health
and her tireless effort to increase awareness about sexual health issues, Dr. Berman
has received many awards, including the Women of Action Award, the Women
Who Make a Difference Award, and the Rising Star of the Year Award.

Dr. Berman earned her Master of Science degree from the University of Maryland
Medical Center and her Medical Degree from Boston University School of Medicine.
She completed her post-graduate Urology and Pediatric Urology training
at University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD , and fellowship in
Female Urology and Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgery at the David Geffen
UCLA Medical Center. There, she also co-founded the Female Sexual Medicine
Center, and while serving as its Director, pioneered the original benchmark
clinical and basic science research studies that are still directing the field of Female
Sexual Health today.

In addition to her media work to heighten public awareness, Dr. Berman has a busy
private practice in Beverly Hills where she continues to see patients, do research,
and consult with companies and major brands to develop new strategies and
treatments for optimizing overall women’s health.

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