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									                           TIMOTHY S. BRANNON, MD, MS

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PERSONAL

Date/Place of Birth                                September 7, 1961
                                                   Gilmer, Texas

Marital Status                                     Married

Residence                                          9927 Spirehaven Lane
                                                   Dallas, TX 75238

Home Phone                                         214-343-0276

E-mail                                             timothy.brannon
                                                          @utsouthwestern.edu

Business Address                                   Dept. of Pediatrics, Mail Stop 9063
                                                   UT Southwestern Medical Center
                                                   5323 Harry Hines Boulevard
                                                   Dallas, TX 75390-9063
                                                   (214) 648-3903


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Baylor University                                  1980 - 1984
Waco, TX                                           BS in Biology

UT Southwestern Medical School                     1984 - 1988
Dallas, TX                                         MD

Internship & Residency in Pediatrics
UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas             1988 - 1991

Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas             1991 - 1994

Masters Program in Medical Informatics             2004 - 2010
School of Biomedical Informatics (SBMI)            Master of Science in
U.T. Health Science Center at Houston              Health Informatics


LICENSURE

FLEX Certification                                 September, 1988
Texas License No. H6069                            July, 1989


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CERTIFICATIONS
American Board of Pediatrics:
      General Pediatrics                                 October, 1995
             Re-certified                                October, 2002

       Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine                       November, 1997
             Re-certified                                November, 2004

       Participating in the ABP Maintenance of Certification Program


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Medical Association
Texas Medical Association
Dallas County Medical Society
American Medical Informatics Association


SPECIAL INTERESTS
Medical Informatics
Clinical Information Systems
The Problem-Oriented Medical Record
Human-Computer Interaction
Software Usability
Human Factors in Healthcare


WORK EXPERIENCE
Practicing Neonatologist                                 1994 to 2008
Pediatrix Medical Group for the
Baylor Health Care System
Dallas, Texas

Implementation of the NeoData Clinical                   1996 to 1998
Information System at Baylor Dallas NICU

Implementation of the NICU Intranet                      2001 to 2008
for Baylor Health Care Neonatal Units

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and           September, 2008 to present
Attending Neonatologist,
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, Texas



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Lead of Campus Neonatal Epic EMR Development             July, 2009 to present
Team for Southwestern Medical District

Webmaster, Neonatology Division, Dept. of Pediatrics     July, 2009 to July, 2011
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Medical Informaticist, Parkland Health and Hospital      October 1, 2012 to present
System


AWARDS AND HONORS
Roberta Joy Uhr Award for Medical Student Pediatric Research, UT Southwestern Medical
School, 1988.


PRESENTATIONS
“Epic and Neonatology: A Bright Beginning.” Co-presented with Renae Muhammad, RN. Epic
User Group Meeting, Verona, Wisconsin. Sept. 21, 2010.

“Human-Centered Design for Epic: an Introduction.” Epic User Group Meeting, Verona,
Wisconsin. Sept. 21, 2011, Sept. 13, 2012

“Problem List Discussion Panel.” Epic User Group Meeting, Verona, Wisconsin. Sept. 21, 2011.

“Strategies for Managing the Problem List.” Epic User Group Meeting, Verona, Wisconsin.
Sept. 13, 2012


JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

1.     Parrish MD, Brannon TS, Payne AJ, Ayres N, and Fixler DE. Milrinone effects in the
       isolated immature rabbit heart. Develop Pharmacol & Therapeutics. 11:328-37, 1988.

2.     Brannon TS, North AJ, Wells LB, Shaul PW. Prostacyclin synthesis in ovine pulmonary
       artery is developmentally regulated by changes in cyclooxygenase-1 gene expression. J
       Clin Invest. May;93(5):2230-5, 1994.

3.     North AJ, Brannon TS, Wells LB, Campbell WB, Shaul PW. Hypoxia stimulates
       prostacyclin synthesis in newborn pulmonary artery endothelium by increasing
       cyclooxygenase-1 protein. Circ Res. July;75(1):33-40, 1994.

4.     North AJ, Star RA, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells LB, Lowenstein CJ, Snyder SH, Shaul
       PW. Nitric oxide synthase type I and type III gene expression are developmentally
       regulated in rat lung. Am J Physiol. Jun;226(6 Pt 1):L635-41, 1994.


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5.   Shaul PW, North AJ, Wu LC, Wells LB, Brannon TS, Lau KS, Michel T, Margraf LR,
     Star RA. Endothelial nitric oxide synthase is expressed in cultured human bronchiolar
     epithelium. J Clin Invest. Dec;94(6):2231-6, 1994.

6.   Shaul PW, North AJ, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells LB, Nisen PA, Lowenstein CJ, Snyder
     SH, Star RA. Prolonged in vivo hypoxia enhances nitric oxide synthase type I and type
     III gene expression in adult rat lung. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. Aug;13(2):167-74,
     1995.
7.   Brannon TS, White LA, Kilcrease JN, Richard LD, Spillers JG, Phelps CL. Use of
     Instructional Video to Prepare Parents for Learning Infant CPR. Baylor U Med Ctr
     Proceedings, April, 2008.



ABSTRACTS

1.   Brannon TS, North AJ, Wells LB, Shaul PW. Prostacyclin synthesis in ovine pulmonary
     artery is developmentally regulated by changes in cyclooxygenase expression. Pediatr
     Res. 33:62A, 1993.

2.   North AJ, Star R, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells L, Lowenstein C, Snyder C, Shaul PW.
     Endothelial and neuronal nitric oxide synthase gene expression is developmentally
     regulated in rat lung. Pediatr Res. 33:249A, 1993.

3.   Shaul PW, North AJ, Brannon TS, Ujiie K, Wells L, Nisen P, Lowenstein C, Snyder S,
     Star R. Hypoxia enhances endothelial and neuronal nitric oxide synthase gene expression
     in rat lung. Pediatr Res. 33:26A, 1993.

4.   Brannon TS. Ad Hoc versus Standardized Admixtures for Continuous Infusion Drugs in
     Neonatal Intensive Care: Cognitive Task Analysis of Safety at the Bedside. American
     Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington D.C., Nov. 14, 2006;
     (Poster session).

5.   Brannon TS. Human-Centered Design for Neonatal Apnea Monitoring: Application of
     the UFuRT Process to Analyze a Monitor Display Layout. American Medical Informatics
     Association Annual Symposium, Washington D.C., Nov. 11, 2008 (Poster session).




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