Tyler Gallo, PharmD

Assistant Professor

Tyler Gallo, PharmD serves as assistant professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science and is cross-appointed in the Division of Clinical Data Analytics and Decision Support at the COLLEGE OF MEDICINE - PHOENIX. Dr. Gallo teaches quality improvement and drug literature evaluation. His research publications and poster presentations address health informatics, medication safety, mobile health QT interval measurement, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, and adverse drug events.

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Education & Post Graduate Training: 

Bachelor of Science in Physiology, University of Arizona, 2010
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, 2016
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Clinical Data Analytics and Decision Support, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, 2018

Areas of Research: 

Adverse drug events
Medication safety
Drug-induced QT prolongation
Health informatics
Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
Quality improvement

Types of Research: 
Medication Safety
Professional Organizations: 

American Society of Health-system Pharmacists, Member
American Medical Informatics Association, Member
Rho Chi Honor Society – Alpha Psi chapter of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Member

Select Publications

2019

Gallo T, Curry SC, Padilla-Jones A, et al. "A computerized scoring system to improve assessment of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia risk." J. Thromb. Haemost.. 2019;17(2):383-388. PMID: 30552743

2017

Malone D, Gallo T, Beck J, Clark D. "Feasibility of measuring QT intervals with a portable device." Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2017;74(22):1850-1851. PMID: 29118043
Raschke RA, Gallo T, Curry SC, et al. "Clinical effectiveness of a Bayesian algorithm for the diagnosis and management of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia." J. Thromb. Haemost.. 2017;15(8):1640-1645. PMID: 28622439
Woosley RL, Romero K, Heise CW, et al. "Adverse Drug Event Causality Analysis (ADECA): A Process for Evaluating Evidence and Assigning Drugs to Risk Categories for Sudden Death." Drug Saf. 2017;40(6):465-474. PMID: 28275963