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Dr. Lee Mann

Dr. Lee Mann

Scientific Review Officer


Division of AIDS, Behavioral and Population Sciences DABP
Risk, Prevention and Health Behavior RPHB
Study Section:
Behavioral Medicine Interventions and Outcomes BMIO

Lee S. Mann, Ph.D., J.D. serves as the Scientific Review Officer for CSR’s Behavioral Medicine Interventions and Outcomes study section within the Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior Integrated Review Group. Dr. Mann earned both his Ph.D. in experimental psychology and J.D. in law from George Washington University; he also earned his M.A. in the social sciences from the University of Chicago. Before joining CSR, Dr. Mann was with Inova Fairfax Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, where he had been director of the Cortical Function Laboratory since 1980. He was concurrently with the Department of Psychiatry at Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he taught courses in interviewing techniques, research methods and design, and law and psychology/psychiatry. During this time, he was a lecturer in psychiatry until 1991, when he became clinical associate professor. Prior to these positions, he had been a research psychologist in the intramural laboratories of the National Institute of Mental Health performing brain imaging studies. Dr. Mann has more than 60 articles published in peer-reviewed journals.