Matthew Mansh, MD

Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Academic Health Center

Matthew Mansh

Contact Info

dermadmin@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-625-8625

Office Address:
Phiilips Wangensteen Building
Suite 4-240
516 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Mailing Address:
516 Delaware St. SE
MMC 98
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Administrative Assistant Name
Brayden Duckson

Administrative Phone
612-625-8625

Administrative Email
dermadmin@umn.edu

Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Academic Health Center


Dermatologist


MD, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

Internal Medicine – Internship, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA

Dermatology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Transplant Dermatology, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Summary

If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Mansh, please call (612) 625-5656.

My goal is to provide high-quality, evidence-based care individualized to each patient. I practice general and complex medical dermatology as well as surgical dermatology. I serve as Co-Director of the High-Risk Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Clinic, which provides for screening, prevention, and management of non-melanoma skin cancers among immunosuppressed or other susceptible patients, including solid organ transplant recipients. I also serve as Co-Director of the Dermatology Gender Care Clinic, which provides minimally invasive gender affirming procedures, such as a laser hair removal, and helps manage dermatologic side effects of masculinizing or feminizing hormone therapy among transgender and other non-binary individuals. I conduct epidemiologic and clinical research aimed at improving dermatologic care for these unique populations.

Awards & Recognition

1. Mentorship Award, Women’s Dermatologic Society

2. Medical Student Grant Targeting Skin Cancer, American Skin Association

3. Markowski-Leach Scholarship, Horizons Foundation

4. Research Trainee Award, American Society of Hematology

Professional Associations

1. Member, American Academy of Dermatology

2. Member, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery

3. Member, American Dermato-Epidemiology Network

4. Member, Gay and Lesbian Dermatology Association

5. Member, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

6. Member, International Transplant Skin Cancer Collaborative

7. Member, Women’s Dermatologic Society

8. Executive Board Secretary, American Academy of Dermatology Expert Resource Group on Sexual and Gender Minority Health

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Epidemiology; Clinical research; Health disparities research; Non-melanoma skin cancer; Health-related quality of life and psychosocial impact of chronic skin diseases; Sexual and gender minority health

Publications

1. Mansh M, Nguyen A, Katz K. Improving Dermatologic Care for Sexual and Gender Minorities through Standardized Data Collection. JAMA Dermatol. 2019; 155(2):145-146.

2. Dodds M, Arron ST, Linos E, Polcari I, Mansh M. Characteristics and Skin Cancer Risk Behaviors of Adult Sunless Tanners in the United States. JAMA Dermatol. 2018;154(9):1066-1071.

3. Gao Y, Wei E, Arron ST, Linos E, Margolis D, Mansh M. Acne, sexual orientation, and mental health among young adults in the United States: A population-based, cross-sectional study. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2017;77(5):971-973.

4. Mansh M, Binstock M, Binstock M, Williams K, Hafeez F, Kim J, Glidden D, Boettger R, Hays S, Kukreja J, Golden J, Asgari MM, Chin-Hong P, Singer JP, Arron ST. Voriconazole Exposure and Risk of Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Aspergillus Colonization, Invasive Aspergillosis and Death in Lung Transplant Recipients. Am J Transplant. 2016;16(1):262-70.

5. Mansh M, Katz KA, Linos E, Chren MM, Arron S. Association of Skin Cancer and Indoor Tanning in Sexual Minority Men and Women. JAMA Dermatol. 2015;151(12):1308-1316.

Clinical

Clinics

Dermatology Clinic;Fairview Maple Grove Medical Center

Board Certifications

Dermatology

Clinical Interests

Screening and prevention of non-melanoma skin cancer in solid organ transplant recipients; management of cutaneous side effects of masculinizing and feminizing hormone therapy; minimally-invasive gender-affirming procedures such as laser hair removal; complex medical dermatology; acne vulgaris; androgenetic alopecia