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Sherry Mansour, MD, MS

Assistant Professor

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Sherry Mansour, MD, MS



Dr. Sherry Mansour grew up and attended medical school in New York. She graduated in 2010 and received the Highest Academic Achievement Award. She was elected valedictorian of her class and was also inducted into the Psi Sigma Alpha National Osteopathic Scholastic Honor Society. She went on to complete residency training in Internal Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center, where she was chosen as chief medical resident. She was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Stony Brook Chapter in 2012. She then joined Yale New Haven Hospital in 2014 as a Clinical Research Nephrology fellow. She also completed her Master of Science from the Yale School of Public Health in 2019 with a focus on Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Since her arrival at Yale, Dr. Mansour has been working on identifying novel repair biomarkers in blood and urine to better predict long-term kidney and heart disease outcomes after AKI, and improve overall patient care. Her K-23 proposal is focused on understanding the role of a vessel repair pathway, known as the Angiopoietin pathway, in graft outcomes after deceased donor kidney transplantation.

Education & Training

  • MS
    Yale University, Clinical Disease Epidemiology and Biostatistics (2019)
  • Research Fellow, Nephrology
    Yale School of Medicine (2018)
  • Nephrology Clinical Research Fellowship
    Yale New Haven Hospital (2018)
  • Clinical Fellow, Nephrology
    Yale School of Medicine (2016)
  • Internal Medicine Chief Residency
    Stony Brook University Hospital (2014)
  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Stony Brook University Hospital (2013)
  • MD
    NYCOM (2010)
  • BS
    New York Institute of Technology, Osteopathic Medicine (2007)
  • DO
    New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine


  • The Role of Angiopoietins in CKD Progression After Hospitalization
    Denver, CO, United States 2020
    The Role of Angiopoietins in CKD Progression After Hospitalization

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Chosen by faculty for Internal Medicine Chief ResidencyStony Brook University Medical Center2013
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical SocietyStony Brook AOA chapter2012
Highest Academic Achievement AwardNew York College of Osteopathic Medicine2010
Psi Sigma AlphaNational Osteopathic Scholastic Honor Society2008
Presidential Scholarship AwardNew York Institute of Technology2003

Professional Service

Director of Wellness at Yale Section of NephrologyDirector2022 - Present
Nutrients-Nutrition in HemodialysisGuest Editor2022 - 2023
ASN AKI!NOWMember of the ASN AKI!NOW basic science workgroup which focuses on utilizing innovation and science to improve research in AKI and advance patient care.2021 - 2023
American Journal of TransplantationReviewer2021 - Present
AKI!Now Steering CommitteeI am a committee member on the ASN AKI!Now steering committee. The goal of this committee is to promote and advance knowledge about management of AKI in order to improve AKI recovery and long-term outcomes.2021 - Present
American Society of NephrologyAbstract Reviewer for the American Society of Nephrology Conference, 20202020
Kidney360Reviewer2020 - Present
Clinical EpidemiologyReviewer2020 - Present
American Heart JournalReviewer2018 - Present
International Society of NephrologyMember2018 - Present
Clinical Journal of American Society of NephrologyReviewer2018 - Present
BMC NephrologyReviewer2017 - Present
American Journal of Kidney DiseaseReviewer2017 - Present
American Heart AssociationMember2017 - Present
Internal Residency Renal Interest GroupCo-Organizer2016
Yale New Haven Hospital, Clinical Pathology Conference, NephrologyCo-Director2015
American Transplant CongressMember2015 - Present
American Society of NephrologyMember2014 - Present
American College of PhysiciansMember2013 - Present

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