Department of Medicine

University of Pittsburgh

David A. Nace, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

Director of Long Term Care & Flu Programs / University of Pittsburgh

Institute on Aging, Medical Director

Office: 3471 Fifth Avenue
Kaufmann Building, Suite 500
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
 
Phone: 412-692-2360
Fax: 412-692-2370
E-mail: naceda@upmc.edu

Education
Medicine, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1990
MPH, University of Pittsburgh, 1995

Training
Internal Medicine Internship, Universtiy of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1991
Internal Medicine Residency, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1993
Geriatrics Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1995

Area of Specialization/Research Interest  
Efforts to improve the prevention, detection, and management of influenza and other common long
term care infections, dementia care, palliative
care, medication errors and patient safety,
osteoporosis in long term care, and methods for
fostering organizational change to achieve better
quality care.
 

Profile
An Assistant Professor, Dr. Nace leads an industry-funded study of rotavirus infection in the long term care setting, where he also collaborates with other Division researchers on a variety of NIH-funded studies of adverse drug events, safety culture, and quality assessment and improvement.

Recent Grants
Title: Enhancing the Detection and Managment of Adverse Drug Events in the Nursing Home
Role: Co-I
Amount:
Funding Agency: NIH-NIA
Start Year: 2010
End Year: 2014
Title: Pittsburgh Older American Independence Center
Role: Senior Investigator
Amount:
Funding Agency: Claude D. Pepper
Start Year: 2009
End Year: 2014
Title: Interprofessional Modeling and Caring for the Elderly: Educating a Healthcare Workforce to Meet the Needs of a Changing Healthcare System
Role: Co-I
Amount:
Funding Agency: Josiah Macy Foundation
Start Year: 2009
End Year: 2012
Title: Maitenance of Skeletal Integrity in Frial Elders
Role: Co-I
Amount:
Funding Agency: NIH
Start Year: 2007
End Year: 2012

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