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photo Stasa D. Tadic, MD, MS

Geriatrics

Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics

Academic Chief, Geriatric Medicine, UPMC Mercy Hospital

Physician Leader, Supportive Services, UPMC Health Plan

Email: std45@pitt.edu

Phone: 412-692-2360

Contact
Office: 3471 Fifth Avenue, Kaufmann Medical Building, Suite 500
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
 
Phone: 412-692-2360
Fax: 412-692-2370
E-mail: std45@pitt.edu
Administrative Assistant:
Lanee Williams
Address: 3471 Fifth Ave, Suite 500
Kaufmann Medical Building
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Email: williamsls3@upmc.edu
Phone: 412-692-2360
Fax: 412-692-2370
Education and Training
Education
•MD, University of Nis, School of Medicine, Republic of Serbia, 1987
•Masters, Clinical Research, University of Pittsburgh, 2006
Training
•Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2004
•Fellowship, Geriatric Medicine, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2006
Research Interest
An Associate Professor, Dr Tadic has remained involved in the study of geriatric urinary incontinence. Formerly supported by an NIA K23 Career Development Award, he is a member of the Geriatric Continence Research team (Drs. Resnick, Griffiths, and Clarkson). Although now more focused in the clinical arena, he continues to play a role in the group’s efforts.
Clinical Interest
Dr. Tadic provides geriatric medicine consultative services along with education of medical residents at UPMC Mercy hospital. In addition, he is leading a multi-disciplinary team effort of Age-Friendly Hospital System transformation project as part of national initiative sponsored by Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). Due to these efforts, in 2021, 'Mercy' hospital has been designated as a committed institution by IHI - first in the UPMC Health System. This project, and, multiple other quality improvement initiatives for improvement care of hospitalized elderly, are part of long standing mission to build a Geriatric Center of Excellence at UPMC Mercy.
Publications
For my complete bibliography, Click Here.
Selected Publications:
Griffiths, D., Clarkson, B., Tadic, S.D., Resnick, N.M. Brain Mechanisms Underlying Urge Incontinence and its Response to Pelvic Floor Muscle Training. Journal of Urology. 2015; 194 (3): 708-15.
Van Londen, G., Beckjord, E.B., Dew, M.A., Cuijpers, P., Tadic, S., Brufsky, A. Breast cancer survivorship symptom management: current perspective and future treatment. Breast Cancer Management. 2013; 2 (1): 71-81.
Buckalew, N., Haut, M., Aizenstein, H., Rosano, C., Dunfee Edelman, K., Perera, S., Marrow, L., Tadic, S., Harris, T., Venkatraman, V., Hicks, G., Kritchevsky, S., Yaffe, K., Weiner, D. White Matter Hyperintensity Burden and Disability in Older Adults: Is Chronic Pain a Contributor?. PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation. 2013; 6: 471-80.
Resnick, N.M., Perera, S., Schaefer, W., Tadic, S.D., Organist, L., Riley, M.A., Griffiths, D. What Predicts and What Mediates the Response of Urge Urinary Incontinence to Biofeedback?. Neurological Urodynamics. 2013; 32 (5): 408-15.
Tadic, S.D., Tannenbaum, C., Resnick, N.M., Griffiths, D. Brain responses to bladder filling in older women without urgency incontinence. Neurological Urodynamics. 2013; 32 (5): 435-40.
Tadic, S.D., Holstege, G., Griffiths, D.J. The CNS and bladder dysfunction. F1000 Medical Reports. 2012; 4: 20.
Tadic, S.D., Griffiths, D., Schaefer, W., Murrin, A., Clarkson, B., Resnick, N.M. Brain activity underlying impaired continence control in older women with overactive bladder. Neurological Urodynamics. 2012; 31: 652-8.
Tadic, S.D., Griffiths, D., Murrin, A., Schaefer, W., Aizenstein, H., Resnick, N.M. Brain activity during bladder filling is related to white matter structural changes in older women with urinary incontinence. NeuroImage. 2010; 51: 1294-302.
Tadic, S.D., Griffiths, D., Schaefer, W., Cheng, C.I., Resnick, N.M. Brain activity measured by functional magnetic resonance imaging is related to patient reported urgency urinary incontinence severity. Journal of Urology. 2010; 183: 221-228.
Griffiths, D.J., Tadic, S.D., Schaefer, W., Resnick, N.M. Cerebral control of the lower urinary tract: how age related changes might predispose to urge incontinence. NeuroImage. 2009; 47: 981-6.