Dr. William O. Tatum, IV
Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology
13801 Bruce B Downs Boulevard, Suite 401
Tampa, FL 33613
|Phone: (813) 971-8811
||FAX: Fax (813) 971-6951
- Undergraduate education: 1975 - 1979 Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio. Degree received: Bachelor of Arts: Biology/Pre-medicine.
- Medical Education: 1981 - 1985 College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines, Iowa
Degree received: Doctor of Osteopathy.
- Internship: 1985 - 1986 Suncoast Hospital, Largo, Florida, Rotating Internship.
- Residency: 1986 - 1989 Loyola University of Chicago, Foster McGraw Hospital/Loyola, University Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois. Hines Veterans Administration Hospital
- Fellowship: 1989 - 1991 Graduate Hospital, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- 1990 Board Certification by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- 1991 Board Certification by American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology
- 1992, 1993, 1999 Associate Board Examiner for Oral Section, ABCN
- 1994 Board Certification by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Added Qualification in Clinical Neurophysiology
- 7/91 - 2/98 Neurology Associates, P.A., Tampa, Florida
- 2/98 - Present Dr. William O. Tatum, IV, P.A., 13801 Bruce B Downs Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33613
- American Academy of Neurology
- American Medical Association
- American Osteopathic Association
- American Epilepsy Society
- American Encephalographic Society
- Southern Clinical Epilepsy and EEG Society
- Florida Osteopathic Medical Association
- James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital, Tampa, FL
- H. Lee Moffit Cancer Hospital, Tampa, FL
- Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, FL
- University Community Hospital, Tampa, FL
- 1983 - 1984 Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honor Society, President
- 1983 - 1984 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities
- 1998 Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare
- 1999 Who's Who in the World
- Ad Hoc Reviewer for Epilepsia, Journal of Neuroimaging, and Neurology
- Associate Examiner, American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada April 1999, St. Louis, MO October 1999, San Diego, CA April 2000
- 1991 - 8/99 Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, Florida
- 8/99- present Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, University of South Florida College of Medicine Tampa, Florida
- 1996 - Present Professional Advisory Board Member, Medical Co-Chairman, Epilepsy Services of West Central Florida
- 1994 - 1996 Treasurer, Section of Neurology, Tampa General Hospital Department of Medicine
- 1994 - 1999 Medical Director, Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, Tampa General Hospital
- Echiverri HD, Tatum WO, Merens TA, and Coker SB. Akinetic Mutism: Pharmacologic probe of the dopaminergic mesencephalofrontal activating system. Pediatric Neurology 1988; 4:228-230.
- Tatum WO, Coker SB, Ghobrial M, and Abd-Allah S. The open opercular sign: diagnosis and significance. Annals of Neurology 1989; 25:196-199.
- TATUM WO, Sperling MR, and Jacobstein JG. Epileptic palatal myoclonus. Neurology 1991; 41(8):1305-6.
- TATUM WO. Reply to note on palatal myoclonus to the Editor. Neurology 1992; 42(5):1125-1126.
- TATUM WO, and Gonzalez MA. Carbamazepine toxicity in an epileptic induced by clarithromycin. Hospital Pharmacy 1994; 29(1):45-46.
- TATUM, WO. Reply to note on carbamazepine toxicity in an epileptic induced by clarithromycin. Hospital Pharmacy.
- Tatum WO, Sperling MR, O'Connor MJ, and Jacobstein JG. Interictal SPECT in partial epilepsy: Accuracy in localization and prediction in outcome. J. of Neuroimaging. 1995;5(3):142-144.
- Tatum WO, Alavi A, and Stecker MM. The utility of Tc-MHPAO SPECT in partial status epilepticus. Journal Nuclear Medicine 1994; 35:1087-1094.
- Tatum WO, and Stecker MM. Letter to the Editor. Epilepsia 36(2):214, 1995. In reference to; Handforth A, Cheng JT, Mandelkern MA, Treiman DM. Markedly increased mesiotemporal lobe metabolism in a case with PLEDs: further evidence that PLEDs are a manifestation of partial status epilepticus published in Epilepsia 1994;35:876-81.
- Tatum WO and Zachariah SB. Gabapentin treatment of seizures in acute intermittent porphyria. Neurology 1995; 45:1216-1217.
- Response published in Epilepsy Network News for Mini-Fellowship Alumni of IM4, No. 1, 1995. Regional Meeting Update for Non-Neurologist on Seizures.
- Tatum WO, Passaro E, Elia M, Guerrini R, Gieron M, and Genton P. Seizures in Klinefelter's syndrome. Pediatric Neurology 1998;19 (4), 275-278:
- Liporace J, Tatum IV W, Morris III GL, French J. Clinical utility of sleep-deprived versus computer-assisted ambulatory 16-channel EEG in epilepsy patients: a multi-center study. Epilepsy Res 1998;32:357-362.
- Tatum WO, Ross J, and Cole AJ. Epileptic Pseudodementia. Neurology 1998; 50: 1472-1475.
- Carranzana E, DeToledo J, Tatum WO, et al. Epilepsy and Religious Experiences: Voodoo Possession. Epilepsia 1999;40 (2):239-241.
- Tatum WO, Moore D, Stecker M, Baltuch G, French J and Vale F. Ventricular asystole during vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy in humans.. Neurology 1999;52:1267-1269.
- Tatum WO, Reply to Ventricular aystole during vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy in humans. Neurology
- Tatum WO, Ross J, Cole A. Epileptic Pseudodementia. Search on Epilepsy 1999.
- Tatum WO, Winters L, Gieron MD, Passaro EA, Benbadis S, Ferreira J and Liporace J. Seizure Recognition: Outpatient Results with Computer-Assisted Ambulatory EEG. 2000. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology.
- Tatum WO, Galvez R, Benbadis S, and Carrazana E. Epileptic Drugs: Into the New Millenium.eizure 1999:Submitted to the American Journal of Family Practice
- Tatum WO, French JA, Faught E, Morris III GL, Winters L, Fix A and the PADS investigators. Post Marketing Experience with Topiramate and Cognition. 1999:Submitted for Publication
- Benbadis S and Tatum WO. What's New in Epilepsy. 2000: Submitted for publication in the Archives of Family Practice
- Tatum WO. Response from the Author, Ventricular aystole during vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy in humans. Neurology 2000; 54:776
- Benbadis SR, Tatum WO, Vale F, Murtagh FR. MRI-evidence of mesial temporal sclerosis in patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. 2000. Submitted for publication.
- Benbadis SR, Tatum WO IV. On the EEG in nonconvulsive status epilepticus. Letter Neurology 2000. Submitted
- Benbadis SR, Tatum WO IV, Fale FL. Non-pharmacologic options for medication-resistant epilepsy. What to do when drugs don't work: A proposed algorithm. Submitted for publication
- Tatum WO, Moore D, Stecker M, Baltuch G, French J and Vale F. Ventricular asystole during vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy in humans.. Search on Epilepsy. Vol 7. No 2, 2000. P10-13.