Danielle Manes, PA-C

Danielle Manes, PA-C joined The Urology Team in 2012 after having practiced family and internal medicine in both South Texas and New Orleans. Originally from Baton Rouge, Danielle earned her Master of Science in Medicine from the Physician Assistant program at Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville, TN. She also earned a Masters in Biological Sciences from the Louisiana State University. Her research experience includes working with NASA researching extreme bacterial diversity found in the Atacama Desert in Chile.

While women's urological health is her primary focus at The Urology Team, she does work with both male and female patients. Her areas of expertise include chronic pelvic pain or Interstitial Cystitis, Incontinence, InterStim reprogramming, kidney stones, and recurrent bladder infections.

EDUCATION

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
Louisiana State University, B.S. in Microbiology/Chemistry

GRADUATE EDUCATION
Louisiana State University, Master of Science in Biological Sciences

MEDICAL EDUCATION
Trevecca Nazarane University Physician Assistant Program
Master of Science in Medicine, Physician Assistant

PUBLICATIONS

Stauff, D.L., D. Bagaley, V.J. Torres, R. Joyce, K.L. Anderson, L. Kuechenmeister, P.M. Dunman, E.P. Skaar. 2008. Staphylococcus aureus HrtA is an ATPase required for protection against heme toxicity and prevention of a transcriptional heme stress response. Journal of Bacteriology 190, 3588-3596.

El Sayed, K.A., S. Laphookhieo, H.N. Baraka, M. Yousaf, A. Hebert, D. Bagaley, F.A. Rainey, A. Muralidharan, S. Thomas, and G.V. Shah. 2008. Biocatalytic and semisynthetic optimization of the anti-invasive tobacco (1S,2E,4R,6R,7E,11E)-2,7,11-cembratriene-4,6-diol. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 16, 2886-2893.

Rainey, F.A., M. Ferreira, M. Fernanda Nobre, K. Ray, D. Bagaley, A. M. Earl, J. Battista, B. Gómez-Silva, C.P. McKay, and M.S. da Costa. 2007. Deinococcus peraridilitoris sp. nov., a novel species isolated from a coastal desert. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 57, 1408-1412.

Bardavid, R. E., D. Ionescu, A. Oren, F.A. Rainey, B.J. Hollen, D. R. Bagaley, A.M. Small, C. McKay. 2007. Selective enrichment, isolation and molecular detection of Salinibacter and related extremely halophilic Bacteria from hypersaline environments. Hydrobiologia 576, 3-13.

Rainey, F. A., K. Ray, M. Ferreira, B. Z. Gatz, N. F. Nobre, D. Bagaley, B. A. Rash. M. -J. Park, A. M. Earl, N. C. Shank, A. Small, M. C. Henk, J. R. Battista, P. Kaempfer, and M. S. da Costa. 2005. Extensive diversity of ionizing radiation-resistant bacteria recovered from a Sonoran Desert soil and the description of 9 new species of the genus Deinococcus from a single soil sample. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71, 5225-5235.

Navarro-González, R., F.A. Rainey, P. Molina, D.R. Bagaley, B.J. Hollen, J. de la Rosa, A.M. Small, R.C. Quinn, F.J. Grunthaner, L. Caceres, B. Gomez-Silva, and C.P. McKay. 2003. Mars-Like Soils in the Atacama, Chile, and the Dry Limit of Microbial Life. Science 302, 1018-1021.

"I enjoy the interaction with my patients especially when I see their appreciation of my attention and listening ear – so welcomed in today's world of medical care. I am also rewarded when a patient says "success" and is pleased with their results. The difference is the smile!"