Stephanie E. Mann, M.D.
Assistant Professor, WRHR Scholar
Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
1983 B.S. - University of California, Los Angeles
1989 M.D. - George Washington University School of Medicine
Dr. Mann's past research has focused on fetal physiology with a specific emphasis on molecular mechanisms of amniotic fluid regulation. Dr. Mann’s research at UVM will be targeted toward understanding how perivascular adipose tissue impacts vascular contractility during pregnancy, with a specific emphasis on understanding which adipokines mediate the changes. Dr. Mann’s clinical interests include medical complications of pregnancy and clinical obstetrics as well as prenatal diagnosis and in utero treatment of fetal anomalies.
1998 UCLA Medical Center, Ames Broen Teaching Award
2000 UCLA School of Medicine, Faculty Marshall
2000 UCLA Medical Center, National CREOG Award for Excellence in Teaching
2003 University of California at San Francisco, Nominated for Outstanding Medical Student Lecture
2007 University of Pennsylvania, Basic Science Teaching Award for 2nd Year Medical Students
2012 US News and World Report top MFM Doctor
2012 Rochester General Hospital, National CREOG Award for Excellence in Teaching
Mann SE, Nijland MJ, Ross MG. Mathematic modeling of human amniotic fluid dynamics. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 175(4 Pt 1):937-944, Oct. 1996.
Mann SE, Nijland MJ, Ross MG. Ovine fetal adaptations to chronically reduced urine flow: preservation of amniotic fluid volume. Journal of Applied Physiology 81(6):2588-2594, Dec. 1996.
Sherer DM, Mann SE, Sardo MP, Divon MY. Transvaginal sonography of the fore-waters in the assessment of amniotic fluid volume in patients with oligohydramnios. American Journal of Perinatology 15(2):129-132, Feb. 1998.
Curran MA, Nijland MJ, Mann SE, Ross MG. Human amniotic fluid mathematical model: determination and effect of intramembranous sodium flux. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 178(3):484-490, Mar. 1998.
Leung JC, Mann S, Salafia C, Brion LP. Sacrococcygeal teratoma with vascular placental dissemination. Obstetrics & Gynecology 93(5 Pt 2):856, May 1999.
Mann SE, Nijland MJ, Ross MG. Fetal absorption of intra-amniotic aldosterone: effects on urine composition. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation 6(5):252-257, Sept./Oct. 1999.
Mann SE, Grover J, Ross MG. Novel technique for assessing amniotic fluid volume: use of a three-dimensional bladder scanner. Journal of Maternal-Fetal Medicine 9(5):308-310, Sept./Oct. 2000.
Mann SE, Fresquez M, Ross MG. A simplified index of the plasma sodium threshold for arginine vasopressin secretion-morning fasting, euhydrated sodium levels. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 183(4):933-936, Oct. 2000.
Mann SE, Lee JJ, Ross MG. Ovine intramembranous pathway permeability: use of solute clearance to determine membrane porosity. Journal of Maternal-Fetal Medicine 10(5):335-340, Oct. 2001.
Mann SE, Ricke EA, Yang BA, Verkman AS, Taylor RN. Expression and localization of aquaporin 1 and 3 in human fetal membranes. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 187(4):902-907, Oct. 2002. (PMID 12388974)
Mann SE, Ricke EA, Torres EA, Taylor RN. A novel model of polyhydramnios: amniotic fluid volume is increased in aquaporin 1 knockout mice. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 192(6):2041-2046, June 2005. (PMID15970890)
Mann SE, Dvorak N, Taylor RN. Aquaporin 1 expression is increased in idiopathic poly-hydramnios . American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 194(3):884-887, Mar. 2006. (PMID16522429)