Charles B. Manley, MD

Dr. Charles Manley joined the faculty of the Division of Urology at Washington University School of Medicine in 1967 after completing his urologic residency at Barnes Hospital. Initially he pursued diverse topics ranging from vasectomy to the striated muscle of the prostate. In 1975, he became director of Pediatric Urology at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and over the next two decades inspired resident after resident with his clinical acumen, kindness, compassion and love of teaching. Upon his retirement in 1997, a visiting professorship was established in his honor by contributions from his trainees. Dr. Manley died in November 2016.  

Charles B. Manley Pediatric Visiting Professorship

The professorship occurs every other year and, to date, includes the following visiting professors:

1997    Michael E. Mitchell, MD, University of Washington

1999 Jack S. Elder, MD, Case Western Reserve University

2000 Alan B. Retik, MD, Harvard University

2003 Richard C. Rink, MD, Indiana University

2005 Michael L. Ritchey, MD, University of Texas-Houston

2007 Barry A. Kogan, MD, Albany Medical College

2010 Douglas A. Husmann, MD, Mayo Medical School

2016 Saul P. Greenfield, MD, State University of New York at Buffalo