ANDREA MANN, DO, FAAP
Department of Pediatrics
Dean and Chief Academic Officer - Osteopathic Medicine Program at PCOM Georgia
Andrea Mann, DO, FAAP, serves as the dean and chief academic officer of PCOM Georgia's
osteopathic medicine program. Dr. Mann is responsible for directing and overseeing
the activities of the clinical and bio-medical sciences departments.
Prior to joining PCOM Georgia, Dr. Mann served as the assistant dean for clinical
education, chair of pediatrics, and associate professor of pediatrics and internal
medicine at the Jerry M. Wallace, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine,
Buies Creek, North Carolina. Additionally, Dr. Mann held roles including Pediatrics
Club advisor, the Internal Medicine – Pediatrics Club advisor, the Exceptional Camels
Club advisor, a sub-interest group of the CUSOM chapter of the American Academy of
Pediatrics, and as the Women in Medicine Club advisor.
Dr. Mann's previous experience includes working as an attending physician at Senders
Pediatrics in South Euclid, Ohio, and working as an attending internist and pediatrician
at MetroHealth Brooklyn Medical Group in Brooklyn, Ohio. As a research assistant at
Case Western Reserve University, she conducted bench research on Alzheimer’s disease
on co-authored two journal articles.
Additionally, Dr. Mann served as a standard setting panelist for the humanistic and
biomedical domains for the NBOME COMLEX-USA, Level 2 – PE and has participated in
the Administrative Leaders Development Program of the American Association of Colleges
of Osteopathic Medicine.
- Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine - Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
- Mount Holyoke College - Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Biology
- 2020 Clinical Faculty Award as nominated by the class of 2020 (Campbell University)
- Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence (Campbell University)