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.
- Medical School
- UT Southwestern Medical School (1988)
- UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center (1989), Pediatrics
- UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center (1991), Pediatrics
- UT Southwestern Medical Center (1994), Neonatal-perinatal Medicine
- Other Post Graduate Training
- UT Health Science Center at Houston (2010)
- Graduate School
- UT Health Science Center at Houston (2010), Health Informatics
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Software Usability
- Use of instructional video to prepare parents for learning infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- Brannon TS, White LA, Kilcrease JN, Richard LD, Spillers JG, Phelps CL Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) 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 Annu Symp Proc 2008 886
- Ad hoc versus standardized admixtures for continuous infusion drugs in neonatal intensive care: cognitive task analysis of safety at the bedside.
- Brannon TS AMIA Annu Symp Proc 2006 862
- 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 Am. J. Respir. Cell Mol. Biol. 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 J. Clin. Invest. 1994 Dec 94 6 2231-6
- Hypoxia stimulates prostacyclin synthesis in newborn pulmonary artery endothelium by increasing cyclooxygenase-1 protein.
- North AJ, Brannon TS, Wells LB, Campbell WB, Shaul PW Circ. Res. 1994 Jul 75 1 33-40
- 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 Am. J. Physiol. 1994 Jun 266 6 Pt 1 L635-41
- Prostacyclin synthesis in ovine pulmonary artery is developmentally regulated by changes in cyclooxygenase-1 gene expression.
- Brannon TS, North AJ, Wells LB, Shaul PW J. Clin. Invest. 1994 May 93 5 2230-5
- Milrinone effects in the isolated immature rabbit heart.
- Parrish MD, Brannon TS, Payne A, Ayres N, Fixler DE Dev Pharmacol Ther 1988 11 6 328-37
Honors & Awards
- Roberta Joy Uhr Award
in Pediatric Research, Southwestern Medical School (1988)
- American Medical Association (1994)
- American Medical Informatics Association (1998)
- Dallas County Medical Society (1994)
- Texas Medical Association (1994)