Paul F. Mansfield, MD, FACS

Vice President, Acute Care Services Professor, Department of Surgical Oncology The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, Texas, United States

Paul F. Mansfield, MD, is the vice president of Acute Care Services, and a professor of Surgical Oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has won numerous awards throughout his career including the National Cancer Institute’s Research Fellowship Trainee in 1988, the American Cancer Society’s Clinical Oncology Fellowship Award in 1990, Outstanding Teacher Award in 1994, Faculty Achievement Award for Patient Care in 2002, the Ehrenzeller Award in 2009, and Patients’ Choice Award in 2009.

In 1983, he received his Doctorate of Medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. After completing a Fellowship in Surgical Oncology at MD Anderson, he became Assistant Professor with the Department of Surgical Oncology in 1991 and went on to become Professor in 2003, and Deputy Chairman of this department in 2007. In May, 2011, he was named Vice President for Acute Care Services.

Dr. Mansfield is certified with the American Board of Surgery. He has special interests in appendiceal and gastric cancer. He has authored and co-authored over 140 articles and chapters in peer-reviewed publications, and has given presentations at numerous national and international conferences.