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2005 Gold Medalist - Dr. Frederick A. Mann

 
F.A. Mann, MD, is professor and vice-chairman of the Department of Radiology at the Harborview Medical Center at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Mann also serves as the radiologist-in-chief and director of Emergency Radiology at Harborview Medical Center.

Dr. Mann received his medical degree in 1975 and completed his residency in internal medicine in 1978, both at Indiana University. He completed a residency in radiology in 1982, at the University of Wisconsin. After completing his training, Dr. Mann served five years as the director of Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Utah. He then moved to the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University and completed five years as the director of Emergency Radiology. In 1992, Dr. Mann became the professor and vice-chairman of Radiology at the Harborview Medical Center at the University of Washington, a position he holds to the present. Dr. Mann has also held positions at Harborview Medical Center as the radiologist-in-chief and director of Emergency Radiology.

Dr. Mann’s research interests are in imaging of the cervical spine, particularly as it applies to the cervical-occipital junction, triage imaging for blunt abdominal injuries and orthopaedic trauma. Dr. Mann’s future research will include development of clinical prediction rules to guide imaging triage, and the creation of educational materials for distributed learning related to emergency radiology. Dr. Mann has numerous publications in radiology management and radiology education. His bibliography includes a multitude of scientific papers. 

Dr. Mann has been the recipient of several distinguished honors and awards, including: a certificate of merit from the Radiology Society of North America, University of Wisconsin System, for the exhibit: Radiographic Manifestations of Gastrointestinal Toxicity associated with Intra-arterial 5-Fluorouracil Infusion; a silver medal from the American Roentgen Ray Society, Washington University in St. Louis, for the exhibit, Large Interreader Variance in Classification of Post-traumatic Wrist Instability Reflects Differences in Reader Bias; faculty teacher of the year, Department of Radiology, from the University of Washington, Resident Education.

In addition to being an active member of ASER, Dr. Mann is active in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, American College of Radiology, American Roentgen Ray Society, International Skeletal Society, Medical Group Management Association, Radiological Society of North America Society for Medical Decision-Making, and the Western Trauma Association.

 

 

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