Profile for Ronald Hall, II

Ronald Hall

Ronald Hall, II

  • Associate Professor
Office Phone: 214-358-9009
Email: Ronald.Hall@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 5920 Forest Park Rd, Suite 400
Dallas TX 75235

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Biography

Dr. Hall serves as the program director for the Dose Optimization and Outcomes Research (DOOR) progam. The DOOR program focuses on providing evidence to optimize the dosing and outcomes of medications for obese patients. Dr. Hall was selected as a National Institutes of Health Clinical Research Scholar in 2006. He was also the recipient of the 2008 Young Alumni Award from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

Research Interests

Pharmacokinetics, Health Outcomes Research, Pharmacoepidemiology, Evidence Synthesis Research

Selected Publications:

  • Hall RG, Yoo ED, Faust AC, Smith T, Goodman EL, Mortensen EM, Richardson S, Alvarez CA. Impact of total body weight on 30-day mortality in patients with gram-negative bacteremia.. Expert review of anti-infective therapy 2017;15(8):797-803.
  • Hall, 2nd RG, Pasipanodya JG, Swancutt MA, Meek CC, Leff RD, Gumbo T. Supervised Machine-Learning Reveals That Old and Obese People Achieve Low Dapsone Concentrations.. CPT: pharmacometrics & systems pharmacology 2017;6(8):552-559.
  • Hall RG. Evolving Larger: Dosing Anti-Tuberculosis (TB) Drugs in an Obese World. Current Pharmaceutical Design 2016;21(32):4748-51.
  • Lee GC, Hall RG, Boyd NK, Dallas SD, Du LC, Treviño LB, Treviño SB, Retzloff C, Lawson KA, Wilson JD, Olsen RJ, Wang Y, Frei CR. A prospective observational cohort study in primary care practices to identify factors associated with treatment failure in Staphylococcus aureus skin and soft tissue infections.. Annals of clinical microbiology and antimicrobials 2016;15(1):58.
  • Lee GC, Hall RG, Boyd NK, Dallas SD, Du LC, Treviño LB, Retzloff C, Treviño SB, Lawson KA, Wilson JP, Olsen RJ, Wang Y, Frei CR. Predictors of community-associated Staphylococcus aureus, methicillin-resistant and methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus skin and soft tissue infections in primary-care settings.. Epidemiology and infection 2016;144(15):3198-3204.