Wayne State University
Mark Manning, Ph.D.

Mark Manning, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

mmannin@med.wayne.edu

313-576-8703

Mid-Med Lofts 87 E Canfield

http://oncology.med.wayne.edu/profile.php?id=92175

Mark Manning, Ph.D.

Mark Manning is an assistant professor at the Karmanos Cancer Institute, with an appointment in the Department of Oncology at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2009. Dr. Manning’s research interests generally focus on the role of information in behavioral decision-making and eventual behavior. Among other interests, much of his current research aims to incorporate risk perceptions and normative perceptions into decision-making models in the context of cancer prevention behaviors (smoking cessation, screenings, etc.).

Area of Expertise

Statistical methods including structural regression modeling and multi-level modeling

Department

Oncology

School/College

WSU Schoool of Medicine