Julie Mani attended medical school at the University of Texas at Houston and completed her anesthesia residency at Drexel University College of medicine. After graduation, she remained on faculty at Drexel for several years, where she was active academician, presenting numerous grand rounds and journal clubs, and delivering presentation on topics including pediatrics, to the pathophysiology of heart failure, ventricular assist devices, intra-aortic balloon pumps in patients awaiting heart transplant, and pediatric surgery. She has recently published a chapter on ophthalmologic surgery.
Currently, Dr. Mani is in private practice, where she has become a leader in promoting regional anesthesia and enhanced recovery after orthopedic and colorectal surgery. Her current practice includes pediatric patients and as well as high-risk patients undergoing vascular procedures.
Throughout her life, Dr. Mani has been a dedicated instructor, educator, and mentor. Her unbridled passion to teach can be seen in her evolution as a teacher: math and science tutor in grade school, Princeton Review SAT instructor in college, MCAT instructor during medical school, and most currently, to Oral Boards instructor. Dr. Mani has also been involved in multiple medical missions abroad, the Thomas Street Clinic for HIV patients, Lakewood Church, She enjoys reading, cooking working out, and blogging about her latest foodie and travel adventures.