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Paul C. Mann, MD

Paul C. Mann, MD

Neonatology, Bioethics

On staff since August 2010

Academic Title: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

"NICU hospitalization is an unforeseen, frightening experience for most parents, no matter the length of stay. Coming alongside families in the midst of their journey, with a goal to provide the highest quality, compassionate care, is both a privilege and an obligation. I feel honored to participate in the many stories of healing for these babies, and their parents."


Board Certification(s)
Medical/Professional School
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield
Pediatrics, Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Nashville
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, University of Iowa Children's Hospital, Iowa City
Clinical Interests

The application of genetic studies to neonatal intensive care and the bioethics of genetic research in neonates

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Abbott InvestigatorPerinatal Research Society Annual Meeting 2009
Kenny AwardOutstanding research presentation by a fellow at the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research 2009
Alpha Omega AlphaNational Medical Honor Society 2003
Illinois General Assembly Scholarship 2001
Undergraduate Honors/Awards:Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Jonathan Baldwin Turner Scholar, Outstanding Freshman College of ACES, Senior 100 Honorary, President College of ACES Student Council, Vice-President Student Ambassadors 1995 - 1999


Fuzzy Images: Ethical Implications of Using Routine Neuroimaging in Premature Neonates to Predict Neurologic Outcomes
Journal of Pediatrics , Aug. 2013: 163(2)587-592
Novel NKX2.1 Mutation Associated with Hypothyoidism and Lethal Respiratory Failure in a Full-Term Neonate
Journal of Perinatology , 2013: 33157-60
Polymorphism in the fetal progesterone receptor and a calcium-activated potassium channel isoform are associated with preterm birth in an Argentinian population
Journal of Perinatology , 2013: 33336-340
Prediction of Survival in Infants with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Based on Stomach Position, Surgical Timing, and Oxygenation Index
American Journal of Perinatology , May 2012: 29(5)383-90


Presentations TitleEventLocationDate
A Tale of Two Babies: Inconsistencies in End-of-Life Neonatal Neurological ConsultationsAmerican Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 13th Annual MeetingWashington, DCOct. 19, 2012
Difficult Neonatal Airway ManagementBartlett Regional HospitalJuneau, AKMay 19, 2011

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
M1-12 - NICU Administration
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

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