William Manson, MD
- General Anesthesiology Appointment
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- ABMS Certification:
- Assistant Professor
William Manson, MD, is an anesthesiologist who provides nerve blocks and catheters, spinal anesthetics and other types of regional anesthesia to patients receiving a variety of surgeries, including orthopedic and plastic surgery. He is also part of the liver transplant anesthesiology team and is interested in research investigating the utilization of ultrasound to help diagnose and treat patients with critical illness.
Dr. Manson spent most of his childhood in Atlanta, and he returned to Georgia to attend Emory University School of Medicine after receiving his undergraduate degree at UVA. After medical school, Dr. Manson completed residency training in emergency medicine and an ultrasound fellowship at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Dr. Manson returned to Emory for five years to work as the director of emergency ultrasound. He then pursued additional training in anesthesiology, with a residency at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas followed by a fellowship in regional anesthesiology at UVA. Dr. Manson became a full-time faculty member at UVA in 2017.
In his free time, Dr. Manson enjoys spending time with his wife and two young boys. He volunteers as a youth leader for his son’s Cub Scouts troop, plays tennis and explores the outdoors with family and friends.
- Emory University
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; New York Hospital Queens
- Yale New Haven Hospital