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Tennessee

2010 Population:  6,346,105

2010 Yearly Birthrate: 79,495

Total Conditions Screened:  57

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Contacts in Tennessee  
  • Rizwan Hamid PhD, MD
    Medical Geneticist
  • Karla J Matteson PhD
    Academic Contact
  • Richard S. Steece PhD, MSS, DABMM
    State NBS Lab Director
  • Jewell Ward PhD, MD
    Academic Contact
    Medical Geneticist
  • John Phillips MD
    Academic Contact
    Medical Geneticist
  • Tyler Reimschisel MD
    LEND
  • Rebecca Dearlove MS, RD, LDN
    Metabolic Nutritionist
  • Linda Hankins MS, RD, LDN
    Metabolic Nutritionist
  • Chris McKeever MS
    NBS Program Contact
    NBS Tandem MSMS Expert
    Public Health Manager/Director
  • Sarah Sullivan MS, RD, LDN
    Dietitian
    Metabolic Nutritionist
  • Lee S Wallace MS, RD, LDN, FADA, FAND
  • Jim Gibson MPH
    Public Health Manager/Director
  • Pam Isom MPH, RN
    Nurse
    Shortterm follow up
  • Darla Smith MPH, RD, LDN
    Dietitian
    Metabolic Nutritionist
  • Sara Guerra BSN, RN
    NBS Program Contact
    New Born Screening Program Director
  • Thomas Childs MTASCP
    Public Health Manager/Director
  • Jacque Cundall RN
    Coordinator
  • Jessica Stack
    Consumer Representative
  • Katie Turner
    Consumer Representative
    Family Member
  • Michael Warren
    Title V Contact
  • Debbie Winsted
    Dietitian
  • News
    Individuals with Sickle Cell Disease or Inherited Metabolic Disorders who have Successfully Transitioned from Pediatric to Adult Care Needed for Online Survey Participation
    Individuals with Sickle Cell Disease or Inherited Metabolic Disorders who have Successfully Transitioned from Pediatric to Adult Care Needed for Online Survey ParticipationResearch OpportunityResearchers with SERC Medical Home & Transitioning Workgroup and SERC Consumer Alliance are are recruiting individuals ages 25-35 (and/or…

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    SERC Highlights
    February 2017

    SERC/GMDI announces Nutrition Management Guidelines for MSUD

    SERC/GMDI announces Nutrition Management Guidelines for MSUD

    Management Guidelines cover the evaluation, assessment, and management of patients known to have a particular condition. SERC and GDMI partnered to develop nutrition management guidelines based on our rigorous DNDF methodology. The creation of the nutrition management guidelines has been a multi-year project to develop evidence and consensus based guidelines of inborn errors of metabolism (IEM).   This is the first publicly available MSUD guideline to all metabolic dietitians, physicians and other clinicians. The portal utilizes a tool for development of guidelines of genetic metabolic disorders for which there is little published scientific evidence. The practice recommendations are an effort to increase standardization of care and enable outcomes studies within and across centers. When warranted by developments in MSUD research and clinical practice, these guidelines will be updated periodically and will be maintained through a Dynamic process.

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