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Peter Hannon
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Peter Hannon, MD

Languages spoken: English
  • Peter Hannon, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Utah in the division of Vascular Neurology. He received his undergraduate degree in fine arts at Rice University and obtained his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed neurology residency and a vascular neurology fellowship at the University of Utah. His areas of focus include medical education, quality improvement (QI), and investigating innovative methods of healthcare delivery. He has co-directed the medical school Brain and Behavior course and is very involved with both resident and medical student clerkship education. Dr. Hannon has been involved in QI projects throughout residency and fellowship, and is currently a departmental physician contact for the AAN Axon Registry and the UHC Mortality Review Collaborative. He is very interested in telemedicine, and has created two innovative tele-health neurology clinics to increase access to post-stroke and general neurology specialist care in both urban and rural Utah. Recently, he was nominated to become a council member representing Education & Research for the Utah Telehealth Network (UTN). He is site-PI for an NIH funded NeuroNext trial investigating novel agents in acute stroke care, and is working to help utilize existing tele-health technologies to increase enrollment in acute stroke trials at the university.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Neurology)
    American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Sub: Vascular Neurology)
  • Peter Hannon, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Utah in the division of Vascular Neurology. He received his undergraduate degree in fine arts at Rice University and obtained his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed neurology residency and a vascular neurology fellowship at the University of Utah. His areas of focus include medical education, quality improvement (QI), and investigating innovative methods of healthcare delivery. He has co-directed the medical school Brain and Behavior course and is very involved with both resident and medical student clerkship education. Dr. Hannon has been involved in QI projects throughout residency and fellowship, and is currently a departmental physician contact for the AAN Axon Registry and the UHC Mortality Review Collaborative. He is very interested in telemedicine, and has created two innovative tele-health neurology clinics to increase access to post-stroke and general neurology specialist care in both urban and rural Utah. Recently, he was nominated to become a council member representing Education & Research for the Utah Telehealth Network (UTN). He is site-PI for an NIH funded NeuroNext trial investigating novel agents in acute stroke care, and is working to help utilize existing tele-health technologies to increase enrollment in acute stroke trials at the university.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Neurology -Adjunct
    Board Certification
    American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Neurology)
    American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Sub: Vascular Neurology)

    Education history

    Fellowship Vascular Neurology - University of Utah Fellow
    Neurology - University of Utah Chief Resident
    Internship/Residency Neurology - University of Utah Intern/Resident
    Geriatrics - Baylor College of Medicine M.D.
    Graduate Training Pre-med - University of Houston Postbaccalaureate Studies
    Houston Community College Postbaccalaureate Studies
    Undergraduate Fine Arts - Rice University B.F.A
    Undergraduate Fine Arts - Rice University B.A.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Colbert-Getz J, Chow C, Li M, Weber T, Hannon P, Hammad I, Good B, Bonnett R, Sakaeda M, Robson J, Lamb S (2021). Times of Medical Education Crisis Require New Evaluation Approaches: Proof of Concept of a System-Based Program Evaluation Model. Med Sci Educ, 31(3), 1-6. (Read full article)
    2. Poon JT, Tkach A, Havenon AH, Hoversten K, Johnson J, Hannon PM, Chung LS, Majersik JJ (2021). Telestroke consultation can accurately diagnose ischemic stroke mimics. J Telemed Telecare, 1357633X21989558. (Read full article)
    3. Hannon P, Lappe K, Griffin C, Roussel D, Colbert-Getz J (2020). An objective structured clinical examination: From examination room to Zoom breakout room. Med Educ, 54(9), 861. (Read full article)
    4. Kobayashi JK, Bhavsar UM, Timme KH, Hannon PM (2020). Longitudinal students-as-teachers programme. Med Educ, 54(5), 452-453. (Read full article)
    5. de Havenon A, Sultan-Qurraie A, Hannon P, Tirschwell D (2015). Development of regional stroke programs. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep, 15(5), 544. (Read full article)
    6. Hannon PM, Kuo SH, Strutt AM, York MK, Kass JS (2010). Improvement of neurological symptoms and memory and emotional status in a case of seronegative Sneddon syndrome with cyclophosphamide. Clin Neurol Neurosurg, 112(6), 544-7. (Read full article)
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