Stephen M. Schatz, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center 4940 Eastern Avenue, Room A347 Baltimore, MD, 21224

410-955-6100 Johns Hopkins Hospital Outpatient Center
443-997-1849 Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
443-442-2200 Johns Hopkins at White Marsh

Office: 410-550-0403

Email: sschatz3@jhmi.edu

Fax: 410-550-3341

Dr. Stephen M. Schatz is Assistant Professor of Urology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He comes to Johns Hopkins from private practice in San Francisco.

Dr. Schatz received his B.A. in history from Columbia College and his M.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He completed his internship in surgery and residency in urology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

He practices general urology, with interests in benign prostate enlargement, kidney stone treatment and prevention, and urologic oncology - cancers of the urinary tract, including prostate, kidney, bladder, and testis.



B.A. , Premed, History           
Columbia College of Columbia University, New York        


University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh     
2000 Internship in General Surgery
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Rochester  
2005 Residency in Urology
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Rochester

Assistant Professor,
Urology Department, University at Buffalo School of Medicine  


Private Practice, San Francisco              

Licensure & Certifications

  • 2007-present         Licensed, State of California                       
  • 2007-present         Certified, American Board of Urology  


Free Access to abstracts at PubMed

  1. Nguyen NT. Luketich JD. Shurin MR. Schatz S. Tran Q. Ravid J. Schauer PR.  Coagulation modifications after laparoscopic and open cholecystectomy in a swine model.  Surgical Endoscopy. 12(7):973-8, 1998 Jul.

  2. Nguyen NT. Luketich JD. Schatz S. Tran Q. Ho HS. Schauer PR.  Effect of open and laparoscopic surgery on cellular immunity in a swine model. Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques. 9(3):176-80, 1999 Jun.

  3. Schatz SM. Lieber MM.  Update on Oncocytoma. Current Urology Reports. 4(1):30-5, 2003 Feb.

  4. Solhjem MS. Davis BJ. Schatz SM. Wilson TM. Mynderse LA. Hillman DW.  The effect of neoadjuvant cytoreductive hormonal therapy on prostate volume, prostatic edema, and urinary morbidity after permanent prostate brachytherapy.  The Cancer Journal 2004: 10(S1): 33-34.

  5. Davis BJ. Wilson TM. Mynderse LA. Schatz SM. Hillman DW.  Analysis of pretreatment factors predictive of urinary morbidity following permanent prostate brachytherapy (PPB) including cystoscopic findings and uroflowmetry.  Radiother Oncol. 2005;75: S28.

  6. Dwyer RM. Schatz SM. Bergert ER. Myers RM. Harvey ME. Classic KL. Blanco MC. Frisk CS. Marler RJ. Davis BJ. O'Connor MK. Russell SJ. Morris JC. A preclinical large animal model of adenovirus-mediated expression of the sodium-iodide symporter for radioiodide imaging and therapy of locally recurrent prostate cancer. Molecular Therapy: the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy. 12(5):835-41, 2005 Nov.


Research Program Leadership

2006-2007 Chemotherapy after prostatectomy for high-risk prostate carcinoma:  a phase III randomized study (Cooperative Studies Program #553)
Site investigator, Buffalo Veterans Affairs Medical Center


Educational Activities

  • Schatz S. Kramer S.  Renal Ectopia and Fusion Abnormalities. AUANet.
    Myers RP. Thompson RH.

  • Schatz SM. Blute ML. Open Radical Prostatectomy: How Can Intra-operative, Peri-operative, and Post-operative Complications Be Prevented? In: Challenges in Prostate Cancer. (Bowsher W. Carter A. editors) Oxford:Blackwell Publishing; 2006, 209-225.


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Awards & Honors

  1. Honors Male Reproduction/Urology Prize Paper Award. 1989. The American Fertility Society.
  2. Research Merit Award. 1989. American Society of Andrology.
  3. Research Merit Award: Infertility Section/Chief Resident's Meeting. 1990. Society of University Urology Residents.
  4. American Foundation for Urologic Disease Scholar. 1990 – 1992. American Urological Association.
  5. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Minority Medical Faculty Development Program Scholarship. 1990 – 1994. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.