John McManigle, M.D.

John E McManigle, M.D.

Name: John E McManigle, M.D.

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Medicine
Title: 
Deputy Dean, School of Medicine
Faculty Rank: 
Associate Professor
Location: 
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

Research Interests:
Leadership
Professional Development

Office Phone: 
(301) 295-3646

Education

1987 - 1989 Fellow, Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC

1980 - 1983 Intern and Resident, Department of Internal Medicine
USAF Medical Center Keesler, Keesler AFB, Mississippi

1980 Doctor of Medicine
Jefferson Medical College
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1978 Bachelor of Science
The Pennsylvania State University
State College, Pennsylvania

Biography

Dr. McManigle is a native of Emporium, Pennsylvania and graduated from Cameron County High School, The Pennsylvania State University, and Jefferson Medical College prior to entering the United States Air Force Medical Corps in 1980. Dr. McManigle completed Internal Medicine training at USAF Medical Center Keesler, Keesler AFB, Mississippi and was selected to serve as Chief of Residents. Following his year as Chief of Residents, Dr. McManigle was assigned to RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom as a Staff Internist. While at Lakenheath, Dr. McManigle also served as Director, Cardiopulmonary Services; Chief, Allergy Immunization Clinic; and Primary Member of the Air Transportable Hospital. Dr. McManigle then pursued further specialty training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dr. McManigle later served as Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.

While at Walter Reed Army Medical Center as a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellow, Dr. McManigle’s association with the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences began. Dr. McManigle has served a variety of roles at USU, to include faculty member, course director, Assistant Dean of Clinical Sciences, Deputy Dean, and Acting Dean. In addition, he has served on numerous high level committees including Admissions, Executive Curriculum, Student Promotion, Graduate Education, Middle States, and LCME Executive Committees. Currently, Dr. McManigle, partnering with colleagues Dr. Eric Schoomaker and Dr. Neil Grunberg, is focused on developing the F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program.

In January 2007, the Air Force designated Dr. McManigle a Clinical / Academic Grand Master in recognition for his outstanding career accomplishments in academic and clinical medicine. The USU SOM Class of 2007 named Dr. McManigle as recipient of the William P. Clements Award for Excellence in Education. In addition, in 2009 the American College of Physicians named Dr. McManigle a Laureate of the American College of Physicians.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

  • Mar 2014 - Deputy Dean, School of Medicine; Senior Advisor, Department of Military and Emergency Medicine; Director, Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Curriculum
  • Mar - Aug 2013 Acting Dean, School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)
  • 2007 – 2014 Vice Dean, School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)
  • 1998 - 2006 Assistant Dean for Clinical Sciences, School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)
  • 1997 – 1998 Flight Commander, Medical Services Flight [Chair, Department of Medicine], Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland
  • 1996 – 1997 Cardiopulmonary Element Leader [Chief of Cardiology, Pulmonary, and Critical Care Medicine], Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland
  • 1989 – 1996 Faculty Member, Department of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)
  • 1984 – 1987 Staff Internist; Director, Cardiopulmonary Services; Chief, Allergy / Immunization Clinic; Member (Primary), Air Transportable Hospital, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom
  • 1983 – 1984 Chief of Internal Medicine Residents and Staff Internist, USAF Medical Center Keesler, Keesler AFB, Mississippi

Bibliography

  • Grunberg, N.E., Barry, E.S., Kleber, H.G., McManigle, J.E., Schoomaker, E.B. Seven Steps to Establish a Leader and Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program, In M. Clark, & C.W. Gruber (Eds.), Leader Development Deconstructed, Cham Switzerland: Springer International; 2017.
  • William R. Gilliland; Ting Dong; Anthony R. Artino Jr.; John E. McManigle; Aaron Saguil; David F. Cruess; Sharon Holland; Steven J. Durning. Career Accomplishments of Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Medical Graduates: Classes 1980–2001. Mil Med. 2015 April; 180(4S), pp. 109–112.
  • Katherine Picho; William R. Gilliland; Anthony R. Artino Jr.; Kent J. DeZee; Ting Dong; John E. McManigle; David F. Cruess; Steven J. Durning. Assessing Curriculum Effectiveness: A Survey of Uniformed Services University Medical School Graduates. Mil Med 2015 April; 180(4S), pp. 113–128.
  • Steven J. Durning; Ting Dong; Jeffrey L. LaRochelle; Anthony R. Artino Jr.; William R. Gilliland; Kent J. DeZee; Aaron Saguil; David F. Cruess; Katherine Picho; John E. McManigle. The Long-Term Career Outcome Study: Lessons Learned and Implications for Educational Practice. Mil Med. 2015 April; 180(4S), pp. 164–170.
  • Durning SJ, Artino AR Jr, Dong T, Cruess DF, Gilliland WR, DeZee KJ, Saguil A, Waechter DM, McManigle JE. The Long-Term Career Outcome Study (LTCOS): what have we learned from 40 years of military medical education and where should we go? Mil Med. 2012 Sep;177(9 Suppl):81-6.
  • DeZee KJ, Durning SJ, Dong T, Artino AR Jr, Gilliland WR, Waechter DM, McManigle JE, Saguil A, Cruess DF, Boulet JR. Where are they now? USU School of Medicine graduates after their military obligation is complete. Mil Med. 2012 Sep;177(9 Suppl):68-71
  • Dong T, Durning SJ, Gilliland WR, DeZee KJ, Waechter DM, McManigle JE, Cruess DF, Willis SK, Artino AR Jr. Leadership success and the Uniformed Services University: perspectives of flag officer alumni. Mil Med. 2012 Sep;177(9 Suppl):61-7
  • Gilliland WR, Dong T, Artino AR Jr, Waechter DM, Cruess DF, DeZee KJ, McManigle JE, Durning SJ. Relationship between admissions committee review and student performance in medical school and internship. Mil Med. 2012 Sep;177(9 Suppl):21-5.
  • Durning SJ, Artino AR Jr, Dong T, Cruess DF, Gilliland WR, DeZee KJ, Saguil A, Waechter DM, McManigle JE. 40 years of military medical education: an overview of the Long-Term Career Outcome Study (LTCOS). Mil Med. 2012 Sep;177(9 Suppl):3-6.
  • Durning SJ, Artino AR Jr, Gilliland WR, Cruess DF, McManigle J, Waechter D. The Long-Term Career Outcome Study (LTCOS): where we've been and where we hope to go. Mil Med. 2010 Mar;175(3):133-5.