Michael D. Mann
- Born May 20, 1944
- Married, 2 children, 1 granddaughter
- B.A., Psychology and Mathematics, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, 1966
- Ph.D., Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1970
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Cornell University, 1971
- Postdoctoral Traineeship, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington, School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington, 1971-1973
- 1973-1977-Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
- 1977-1980-Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
- 1980-1992-Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
- 1992-2005-Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
- 2005-present-Emeritus Professor, Department of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Semi-finalist, Jefferson Award, KETV Channel 7, Omaha, 1993
- Outstanding Teacher Award, 2001-2002, University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Nominated for The Hirschmann Prize for Teaching Excellence by the M4 class, 2003
- Nursing, medical and graduate student teaching in neuroscience, 1973-2005
- General science experience for elementary school students, 1976-2001
- 2001 - PRIM&R meeting "Promoting Responsible Conduct of Research: Policies, Challenges and Opportunities," Washington, D.C. - Workshop Leader
- 2001 - November 16, 17- "Teaching Responsible Conduct of Research," University of Alabama, Birmingham - Workshop Leader
- Regularly, Adult leader training, Mid-America Council of Boy Scouts of America
- 2003-2006 - Scoutmaster, Pahuk Pride Youth Leadership Training Course, Mid-America Council of Boy Scouts of America
- Chair, Animal Care and Use Developers' Group, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, CITI
- Community Member, Ethics Subcommittee, Animal Care and Use Committee, McGill University
- Former Chairman, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Former Member, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Member, Board of Directors of the John G. Neihardt Foundation
- Former Member, Evaluation Team, Iowa School for the Deaf's School Improvement/Accreditation Process
- Former Member, Science Curriculum Review Committee, Omaha Public Schools
- Former Member, Omaha Public Schools Superintendent's Citizens Advisory Committee
- Former Member, Omaha Public Schools Committee to Establish a Science/Math Magnet at Druid Hill School
- Former Reviewer, RCR Resource Development Program for the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) of the Public Health Service, 2002
- Listed in Who's Who in the U.S. and Who's Who in the Midwest and American Men and Women of Science and Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America
- Decandia, M., E.L. Gasteiger and M.D. Mann. Escape of the extensor monosynaptic reflex from presynaptic inhibition. Brain Research, 7:317-319, 1968. See it.
- Tapper, D.N. and M.D. Mann. Single presynaptic impulse evokes postsynaptic discharge. Brain Research, 11:688-690, 1968. See it.
- Kasprzak, H., M.D. Mann and D.N. Tapper. Pyramidal modulation of responses of spinal neurons to adequate stimulation of cutaneous receptors. Brain Research, 24:121-124, 1971. See it.
- Mann, M.D., H. Kasprzak and D.N. Tapper. Ascending dorsolateral pathways relaying type I activity. Brain Research, 27:176-178, 1971. See it.
- Decandia, M., E.L. Gasteiger and M.D. Mann. Excitability changes of extensor motoneurons and primary afferent endings during prolonged stimulation of flexor afferents. Exp. Brain Research, 12:150-160, 1971. See it.
- Mann, M.D. Axons of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract which respond to activity in cutaneous receptors. Journal of Neurophysiology, 34:1035-1050, 1971. See it.
- Mann, M.D., H. Kasprzak, F.L. Hiltz and D.N. Tapper. Activity in cutaneous afferents: spinal pathways and cortical evoked potentials. Brain Research, 39:61-70, 1972. See it.
- Mann, M.D. Clarke's column and the dorsal spinocerebellar tract: A review. Brain Behavior and Evolution, 7:34-83, 1973.Part I Part II
- Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Effect of strychnine on the primary evoked response and on the corticofugal reflex discharge. Experimental Neurology, 39:395-413, 1973. See it.
- Mann, M.D. and A.L. Towe. Effect of strychnine on single neurons of the pericruciate cerebral cortex. Experimental Neurology, 42:388-411, 1974. See it.
- Tapper, D.N., M.D. Mann, P.B. Brown and B. Cogdell. Cells of origin of the cutaneous subdivision of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract. Brain Research, 85:59-63, 1975. See it.
- Mann, M.D., W.S. Holt and A.L. Towe. Afferent modulation of the excitability of pyramidal tract fibers. Experimental Neurology, 55:414-435, 1977. See it.
- Mann, M.D. Sets of neurons in somatic cerebral cortex of the cat and their ontogeny. Brain Research Reviews, 1:3-45, 1979.Part I Part II
- Mann, M.D. Excitation of wide-field ventralis posterolateralis neurons by contralateral thalamic stimulation. Experimental Neurology, 67:131-151, 1980. See it.
- Towe, A.L., M.D. Mann and G.H. Harding. On the currents that flow during the strychnine spike. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 51:306-327, 1981. See it.
- Mann, M.D. and K.A. Follett. Ontogenetic studies of the primary evoked response and strychnine spike in motor-sensory cortex of kittens. Experimental Neurology, 75:368-388, 1982. See it.
- Mann, M.D. and K.A. Follett. Excitability changes along pyramidal tract axons following sensory stimulation. Experimental Neurology, 78:685-702, 1982. See it.
- Mann, M.D. The growth of the brain and skull in children. Developmental Brain Research, 13:169-178, 1984. See it.
- Follett, K.A. and M.D. Mann. Effective stimulation distance for current from macroelectrodes. Experimental Neurology, 92:75-91, 1986. See it.
- Mann, M.D. On the action of intravenous picrotoxin in the sensorimotor cortex of the cat. Experimental Neurology, 95:419-431, 1987. See it.
- Mann, M.D., S.E. Glickman and A.L. Towe. Brain/body relations among myomorph rodents. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 31:111-124, 1988. See it.
- Brandenberg, G.A. and M.D. Mann. Sensory nerve crush and regeneration and the receptive fields and responses properties of neurons in the primary somatosensory cerebral cortex of cats. Experimental Neurology, 103: 256-266, 1989. See it.
- Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Relation between brain and body growth in Allied rats. Growth, Development and Aging 56:159-166, 1992. See it.
- Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Brain size/body length relations among myomorph rodents. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 39:17-23, 1992. See it.
- Mann, M.D., D.A. Crouse and E.D. Prentice. Appropriate animal numbers in biomedical research in light of animal welfare considerations. Laboratory Animal Science 41: 6-14, 1991. See it.
- Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. The IACUC protocol form: One of the keys to a successful review. AALAS Bulletin 30: 10-16, 1991. See it.
- Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. Scientific merit review: The role of the IACUC. ILAR News 34:15-19, 1992. See it.
- Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. To the editor. ILAR Journal. 35: 2-3, 1993. See it.
- A.L. Towe and M.D. Mann. Habitat-related variations in brain and body size of pocket gophers. Journal of Brain Research, 36: 195-201, 1995. See it.
- Mann, M.D. and F.J. Clark. A poster exercise to teach skills of information retrieval and presentation to first-year medical students. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 7: 51-54, 1995. See it.
- Rehkämper, G., H.D. Frahm and M.D. Mann. Brain composition and ecological niches in the wild or under man-made conditions (domestication). In: E. Alleva et al., (eds.) Behavioural Brain Research in Naturalistic and Semi-Naturalistic Settings. Kluwer Academic Publisher. Pp. 83-103, 1995. See it.
- Crouse, D.A., M.D. Mann and E.D. Prentice. The logical determination of "n" in animal experimentation. In: K.A.L. Bayne, M. Greene and E.D. Prentice (eds.) Current Issues and New Frontiers in Animal Research. Greenbelt, Maryland: Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, Pp. 19-23, 1995. See it.
- Mann, M.D. A poster exercise teaches first-year medical students Grateful Med retrieval skills. Gratefully Yours, March/April: 1-2, 1996. See it.
- Mann, M.D., G. Rehkämper, H. Reinke, H.D. Frahm, R. Necker and E. Nevo. Size of somatosensory cortex and of somatosensory thalamic nuclei of the naturally blind mole rat, Spalax ehrenbergi. Journal of Brain Research, 38:47-59, 1997. See it.
- Rehkämper, G., H.D. Frahm and M.D. Mann. Evolutionary constraints of large telencephala. In: G. Roth and M.F. Wullimann (eds.) Brain Evolution and Cognition. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, Pp. 265-293, 2001. Part I Part II
- M.D. Mann and A.L. Towe. Brain-body Size Relations in Grasshopper Mice. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 62:13-18. 2003. See it.
- M.D. Mann, M. Kalichman and F. L. Macrina. Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research. The Physiologist, 47(4):149-155, 2004. See it.
- M.D. Mann and E.D. Prentice. Should IACUCs Review Scientific Merit of Animal Research Projects? Lab Animal, 33(1):26-31, 2004. See it.
- Mann, M.D. Response to protocol review scenario: Don't ignore the protocol. Lab Animal 35(2):17, 2006. See it.
- Prentice, E.D., G.S.F. Oki, and M.D. Mann. General Concepts of Protocol Review. In: Silverman, J., M.A. Suckow, S. Muirthy (ed.) The IACUC Handbook. Second Edition. Pages 113-138. New York: CRC Press, 2007. See it.
- Mann, M.D. and E.D. Prentice. Verification of IACUC approval and the just-in-time PHS Grant Process. ILAR Journal 48(1):12-28, 2007. See it.
- Mann, M.D.. Choosing the right species in research. Lab Animal 44(7):274-278, 2015. See it.
Updated on ... July 07, 2011
- Mann, M.D. The Nervous System and Behavior: An Introduction. Hagerstown, Maryland: Harper and Row, 1981.