- Other Post Graduate Training - UT Health Science Center at Houston (2004-2010)
- Medical School - UT Southwestern Medical School (1984-1988)
- Internship - UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center (1988-1989), Pediatrics
- Residency - UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center (1989-1991), Pediatrics
- Fellowship - UT Southwestern Medical Center (1991-1994), Neonatal-perinatal Medicine
- Graduate School - UT Health Science Center at Houston (2004-2010), Health Informatics
Tim Brannon, M.D., M.S.
- Pediatrics - Neonatal-Perinatal
Dr. Brannon completed a fellowship in neonatal-perinatal medicine (neonatology) at Southwestern in 1994, and worked in private practice at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas for the next 14 years. In 1996 he implemented a computerized clinical information system for the Baylor Neonatal ICU, an early-generation EMR and the first of its kind in the Dallas area. He holds a Master of Science degree in Health Informatics from the UT Health Science Center at Houston, and is Board-Certified in Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Clinical Informatics.
In 2016-2017 he worked in Ohio as Medical Director for Inpatient Informatics at the Cleveland Clinic, before returning to Southwestern in 2018.
- Texas Medical Association (1994)
- Dallas County Medical Society (1994)
- American Medical Association (1994)
- American Medical Informatics Association (1998)
- Roberta Joy Uhr Award 1988, in Pediatric Research, Southwestern Medical School
Prolonged in vivo hypoxia enhances nitric oxide synthase type I and type III gene expression in adult rat lung.
Shaul PW, North AJ, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells LB, Nisen PA, Lowenstein CJ, Snyder SH, Star RA American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology 1995 Aug 13 2 167-74
Endothelial nitric oxide synthase is expressed in cultured human bronchiolar epithelium.
Shaul PW, North AJ, Wu LC, Wells LB, Brannon TS, Lau KS, Michel T, Margraf LR, Star RA The Journal of clinical investigation 1994 Dec 94 6 2231-6
Nitric oxide synthase type I and type III gene expression are developmentally regulated in rat lung.
North AJ, Star RA, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells LB, Lowenstein CJ, Snyder SH, Shaul PW The American journal of physiology 1994 Jun 266 6 Pt 1 L635-41
Ad hoc versus standardized admixtures for continuous infusion drugs in neonatal intensive care: cognitive task analysis of safety at the bedside.
Brannon TS AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium 2006 862
Use of instructional video to prepare parents for learning infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Brannon TS, White LA, Kilcrease JN, Richard LD, Spillers JG, Phelps CL Proceedings (Baylor University. Medical Center) 2009 Apr 22 2 133-7
Human-centered design for neonatal apnea monitoring: application of the UFuRT process to analyze a monitor display layout.
Brannon TS AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium 2008 886
Prostacyclin synthesis in ovine pulmonary artery is developmentally regulated by changes in cyclooxygenase-1 gene expression.
Brannon TS, North AJ, Wells LB, Shaul PW The Journal of clinical investigation 1994 May 93 5 2230-5
Hypoxia stimulates prostacyclin synthesis in newborn pulmonary artery endothelium by increasing cyclooxygenase-1 protein.
North AJ, Brannon TS, Wells LB, Campbell WB, Shaul PW Circulation research 1994 Jul 75 1 33-40
Milrinone effects in the isolated immature rabbit heart.
Parrish MD, Brannon TS, Payne A, Ayres N, Fixler DE Developmental pharmacology and therapeutics 1988 11 6 328-37
- Prolonged in vivo hypoxia enhances nitric oxide synthase type I and type III gene expression in adult rat lung.
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