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Devin Mann

  • ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Medicine, General Internal Medicine
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    Devin Mann completed his undergraduate training in Psychology at Rutgers University in 1996.  He obtained his M.D. from NYU School of Medicine and trained in primary care/internal medicine at NYU/Bellevue (2000-2003). After a chief residency in the categorical program at NYU/Bellevue in 2003-2004, he performed a clinical epidemiology and health services research fellowship at Weill Cornell Medical College where he received his M.S.

    His primaryresearch activities and interests are in cardiovascular epidemiology, diabetes prevention and control, behavioral interventions, doctor-patient communication and medication adherence.


  • 1996 -
    Summa cum laude
    Rutgers University

  • 1995 -
    Phi Beta Kappa
    Rutgers University



His primary research activities and interests are in cardiovascular epidemiology, diabetes prevention and control, behavioral interventions, doctor-patient communication and medication adherence.


Mann DM, Ponieman D, Leventhal H, Halm EA. Misconceptions about diabetes and its management among low-income minorities with diabetes. Diabetes Care 2009 April; 32: 591-593.

Kini AS, Muntner P, Moreno PR, Mann DM, Krishnan P, Kim MC, Rafael OC, Farkouh ME, Sharma S. Relation of High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol to Mortality After Percutaneous Coronary Interventions in Patients with Low-Density Lipoprotein <70 mg/dL. Am J Card 2009 Feb; 103: 350-354.

Mann DM, Ponieman D, Leventhal H, Halm EA. Predictors of Adherence oto Diabetes Medications: The Role of Disease and Medication Beliefs. J Behav Med 2009 June; 32(3): 278-284.

Muntner PM, Mann DM, Razzouk L, Klarenbach S, Manns B, Tonelli M, Farkouh ME. Is measuring C-reactive protein useful for guiding treatment in women >60 years and men >50 years of age?. Am J Card 2009 August; 104(3): 354-358.

Cohen JL, Mann DM, Wisnivesky JP, Horne R, Leventhal H, Musemeci-Szabo TJ, Halm EA. Assessing the validity of self-reprted medication adherence among inner-city asthamtic adults: The Medication Adherence Reporting scale for Asthma. Am Allergy Asthma Immunol 2009 Oct; 103(4): 325-331.

Babera U, Mann DM, Shimbo D, Woodward M, Olin JW, Muntner P. The combined role of reduced estimated glomerular filtration rate and microalbuminuria on the prevalence of peripheral arterial disease. Am J Card 2009;.

Mann DM, Woodward M, Ye F, Wood-Krousel M, Muntner P. Trends in medication use among US adults with diabetes mellitus: Glycemic control at the expense of controlling cardiovascular risk factors. Arch Int Med 2009 Oct; 169(18): 1718-1720.

Islam TM, Fox CS, Mann DM, Muntner P. Age-related associations of hypertension and diabetes mellitus with chronic kidney disease. BMC Nephrol 2009 June; 10: 17.

Mann DM. Resistant disease or resistant patient: Problems with adherence to cardiovascular medications in the elderly. Geriatrics 2009 Sept; 64(9): 10-15.

Mann DM, Ponieman D, Montori VM, Arciniega J, McGinn TG. The Statin Choice Decision Aid in Primary Care: A Randomized Trial. P Ed and Counseling;.

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