Richard L. Tannen

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Emeritus Professor of Medicine
Affiliate Member, Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatitistic
Department: Medicine

Contact information
c/o 295 John Morgan Building, 36th & Hamilton Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2158982270
Fax: 2155730280
Education:
none (Arts & Sciences)
Vanderbilt University, 1957.
M.D. (?)
University of Tennessee, 1960.
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Description of Research Expertise

Research Informatics/ Clinical Epidemiology:

Our current work utilizes a large primary care electronic medical record to replicate Randomized Controlled Trials in order to test the validity of observational data. The goals are to determine whether specific characteristics of the studies predict concordance between the Observational study and RCT, and also to determine whether specific analytic techniques can enhance concordance.

Nephrology:

In the past my laboratory has investigated acid-base and electrolyte regulation, with a significant focus on renal ammonia metabolism. Other major topics have been potassium regulation, the effect of chronic hypoxia on cell biology, and the regulation of endogenous acid production.

Description of Itmat Expertise

Dr. Tannen's research focus is to determine whether and how non-experimental data from an electronic Ambulatory Medical Record Database can be used to reliably inform the practice of medicine.

Selected Publications

81. Tannen RL, Weiner MG, Xie D, Barnhart K.: Estrogen affects post-menopausal women differently than estrogen plus progestin therapy. Human Reproduction 22: 1769-1777, 2007.

80. Tannen RL, Weiner MG, Xie D, Barnhart K. : Simulation of the women’s health initiative trial using data from a primary care practice database. Journal of Clinical 60: 686-695, 2007.

82. Weiner MG, Barnhart K, Xie D, Tannen RL: Hormone replacement therapy and coronary heart disease in young women. Menopause 15: 1-8, 2007.

79. Tannen, RL, Weiner, MG, Marcus, SM.: Simulation of the Syst-Eur randomized control trial using a primary care electronic medical record was feasible. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 59: 254-264, 2006.

Tannen RL, Hallows, KL: Potassium Homeostasis. Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology, 3rd Edition. Davison AM, Cameron S, Grunfeld JP, Ponticelli C, Ritz, E, Winearls C, Van Ypersele, C. (eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford UK, Page: 241-267, 2005.

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