Perry T Mansfield MD., FRCS mission is to inspire hope, expand the health and well-being of each patient with skull base disease, by providing personalized optimal care through integrated clinical practice, and research. He obtained a medical school degree with honors and Dean’s List designation from the University of Toronto in 1987.He completed residency/research training, at the University of Toronto in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery in 1993, as well as Clinical and Research Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery at the University of TorontoHe has been a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and a Diplomat of the American Board of Otolaryngology for over 2 decades. While in Canada, he received the Canadian Humane Association; Canada Award of Bravery (from the Queen of England). “To recognize such deeds of heroism, by Canadians in civilian life…”. He has published extensively and recently was on the scientific committee and organizing committee of the North American Skull Base Society International meeting attended by over 800 International head and neck cancer and skull base surgeons. Dr. Mansfield maintains staff privileges at Scripps Memorial Hospital, Sharp Memorial Hospital, Scripps Mercy Hospital, Sharp Grossmont hospital. He has maintained the highest standing in all the hospitals at which he holds privileges and has extensive peer review experience on various medical staffs, serving on over 15 peer review committees.
Dr. Perry T. Mansfield's research interests include Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Cancer