Barry Mann, MD, receives Distinguished Educator Award from ASE

 

At its annual national meeting during Surgical Education Week in Boston, the Association for Surgical Education (ASE) awarded its Distinguished Educator Award to Barry Mann, MD, chief academic officer of Main Line Health, program director of the Lankenau Surgical Residency, and professor of Surgery at the Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine.

 

Mann awardThe award acknowledged Dr. Mann’s significant contributions to medical and surgical education and his abilities and national reputation as a Master Educator.

 

Pictured with Dr. Mann at the banquet of 300 attendees are Kyla Terhune, MD (left), associate professor of Surgery at Vanderbilt University and chair of the ASE Awards Committee, and Mary Klingensmith, MD (center), professor of Surgery at Washington University in St Louis, outgoing president of the Association for Surgical Education.

 

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