Dr. Stephanie Mann
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Medicine
M.D., George Washington University; MS HPEd, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions
Stephanie Mann MD, MS HPEd, is Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Methodist University/Cape Fear Valley Hospital School of Medicine. Dr. Mann brings 30 years of progressive educational leadership experience as a faculty educator, course director in foundational sciences and clinical obstetrics and gynecology clerkships, residency program director, and most recently associate dean for clinical education at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. Dr. Mann is currently involved with AAMC equity focused education initiatives that include women’s reproductive health education, delivery of holistic student services, and efforts to mitigate racism in medical education. Dr. Mann is serving as a task force leader for the CLASS project working on the next iteration of clinical skills assessment. She has contributed as volunteer faculty for the Harvard Macy Institute and to the AMA’s Academy for Health System Science Education. Dr. Mann’s current scholarly focus includes the impact of context on curriculum delivery, design and implementation of health systems science curricula, and innovative approaches to the design and implementation of equitable assessment using Rasch analysis. Her work has resulted in regional and national presentations.
Dr. Mann earned her medical degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and master’s degree in Health Professions Education from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions. She completed her obstetrics and gynecology residency training at Stony Brook University in New York and her Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship training at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, Calif. She is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and maternal-fetal medicine. Her clinical areas of expertise include maternal complications with a special interest in women’s reproductive health access issues, obesity, and mental health. She is also interested in prenatal diagnosis, management of fetal anomalies, and perinatal palliative care.