Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
Laurene Mann, MD, is a board-certified diagnostic radiologist with Premier Radiology. She is a graduate of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. She earned her medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. She completed a transitional internship with Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In addition, she completed a residency in diagnostic radiology with Michigan State University. She also completed a fellowship in breast imaging at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida.
Dr. Mann's experience has allowed her to excel in the field of breast imaging. and follow her family history as a physician. Her experience in research, oncology, and in the laboratory led her to enter into this specialty. Dr. Mann currently specializes in breast imaging.
- American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
Education and Training
- Fellowship 1987, Breast Imaging, Mount Sinai Medical Center
- Residency 1986, Diagnostic Radiology, Michigan State University
- Transitional Internship 1983, Butterworth Hospital
- MD 1982, School of Medicine, Wayne State University
- BS 1978, Physiology, College of Natural Sciences, Michigan State University
Mann L. Physical examination of the augmented breast: Description of a displacement technique Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1995;85(2):290-292.
Mann L., Lary B.G. Localization of small lesions within a specimen Breast Disease. 1989;2(1):15-18.
Pienkowski M., Mann L.C., Rosloniec E.F., Welsch C.W. Accretion of biopsy specimens of vaginal adenosis from patients exposed in utero to diethylstilbestrol, when transplanted to athymic nude mice Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 1979;62(3):521-523.
Mann L.C., Schuster J.S., Vollwiler L.L., Welsch C.W. Successful Transplantation of Human Benign Breast Tumors into the Athymic Nude Mouse and Demonstration of Enhanced DNA Synthesis by Human Placental Lactogen Cancer Research. 1978;38(8):2343-2349.
Frantz W., Mann L., Welsch C. Induction of specific binding sites for prolactin in the livers of Dw/J dwarf mice by injected prolactin IRCS Medical Science: Biochemistry. 1977;5(1-2):32.