Dr. Mann is an associate professor of surgery in the Department of Surgery, with specialty interest in surgical oncology. He is involved in the delivery of…
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Patient Care Philosophy
Patients with cancer are faced with an overwhelming diagnosis, a bewildering array of life changing treatments and uncertainty regarding their future. I appreciate the opportunity to help them navigate these challenging waters, including the surgical challenges that they frequently face. It is very rewarding and a privilege to do this. The relationships that one builds are meaningful and lifelong.
Family, bicycling and running.
Complex surgical oncology; sarcoma; GIST; colorectal cancer; peritoneal surface malignancies; endocrine; melanoma; robotic surgery.
Clinical outcomes in surgical oncology.
|University of the Witwatersrand||Medical education||1989
|City of Hope National Medical Center||Fellowship||
|Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Residency||
|American Board of Surgery||Surgery||1999