Kimberly Manning, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Office: 49 Jesse Hill Jr Dr 751
BiographyDr. Manning is originally from Los Angeles, CA. She did her undergraduate studies at historic Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama graduating with a BS in Biology in 1992. She went on to complete medical school at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN where she was active in student leadership. Torn between two specialties, Dr. Manning subsequently did her residency in combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at MetroHealth/Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio where she stayed on for an additional year as Chief Resident. Upon completion of her chief residency, she joined the Division of General Internal Medicine at Emory University, spending her clinical time divided between the inpatient and outpatient services at Grady Hospital.
Dr. Manning holds an academic appointment as an associate professor of medicine, and currently serves as the program director of the Transitional Year Residency Program at Emory. She is also a member of the J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Program's Residency Leadership Committee. Additionally, since 2007 she has held an appointment as a Society Advisor in the Semmelweiss Society, one of sixteen faculty selected to lead the newly introduced curriculum in the School of Medicine. Dr. Manning's academic interests include humanism in medicine, leadership in medical education, and reflective writing. Her work has been accepted for publication in journals such as the Annals of Internal Medicine, JAMA, and Academic Medicine. She has been awarded numerous teaching awards in both the residency program and School of Medicine, and most recently was the recipient of one of the Deans' Teaching Awards in 2008.