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Sony Tuteja, PharmD, MS

Sony Tuteja, PharmD, MS Researcher

Research Assistant Professor of Medicine

Dr. Tuteja is employed by Penn Medicine.

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Clinical Specialties

Specialty:

  • Medical Genetics

Programs & Centers:

Memberships

ACCP, National American Association for the Advancement of Science, National American Heart Association, National American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT), National Clinical Implementation Consortium (CPIC), National Implementing Genomics in Practice Consortium (IGNITE), National National Lipid Association, National Pharmacogenomics Research Network, National Society for Clinical and Translational Science, National

Hospital Affiliation

Dr. Tuteja is employed by Penn Medicine.

Research

Description of Research Expertise:

Pharmacogenomics, Precision Medicine, Metabolomics, Pharmacology

Selected Publications:

Tuteja Sony, Wang Lu, Dunbar Richard L, Chen Jinbo, DerOhannessian Stephanie, Marcovina Santica M, Elam Marshall, Lader Ellis, Rader Daniel J: Genetic coding variants in the niacin receptor, hydroxyl-carboxylic acid receptor 2, and response to niacin therapy. Pharmacogenetics and genomics 27 (8): 285-293,2017.

Empey Philip E, Stevenson James M, Tuteja Sony, Weitzel Kristin W, Angiolillo Dominick J, Beitelshees Amber L, Coons James C, Duarte Julio D, Franchi Francesco, Jeng Linda J B, Johnson Julie A, Kreutz Rolf P, Limdi Nita A, Maloney Kristin A, Owusu Obeng Aniwaa, Peterson Josh F, Petry Natasha, Pratt Victoria M, Rollini Fabiana, Scott Stuart A, Skaar Todd C, Vesely Mark R, Stouffer George A, Wilke Russell A, Cavallari Larisa H, Lee Craig R: Multi-site investigation of strategies for the implementation of CYP2C19 genotype-guided antiplatelet therapy. Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics : 2017.

Tuteja Sony, Limdi Nita: Pharmacogenetics in Cardiovascular Medicine. Current genetic medicine reports 4 (3): 119-129,2016.

Cavallari LH, Beitelshees AL, Blake KV, Dressler LG, Duarte JD, Elsey A, Eichmeyer JN, Empey PE, Franciosi JP, Hicks JK, Holmes AM, Jeng L, Lee CR, Lima JJ, Limdi NA, Modlin J, Obeng AO, Petry N, Pratt VM, Skaar TC, Tuteja S, Voora D, Wagner M, Weitzel KW, Wilke RA, Peterson JF, Johnson JA: The implementing genomics in practice (IGNITE) pharmacogenetics interest group: An opportunity for building evidence with pharmacogenetics implementation. Clinical and Translational Science : 2017.

Dunbar RL, Goel H, Tuteja S, Brent C, Babbar Z, Lalic D, Gelfand JM, Rader DJ, Grove GL: Measuring physical properties of erythema by laser Doppler flowmetry, white-light spectroscopy, colorimetry, thermometry, and eicosanoid Biomarkers. Journal of Lipid Research : 2017.

Quatromoni N, Tuteja S, Kolansky DM, Matthai WH and Giri J: Novel anti-platelet agents in acute coronary syndrome: mechanisms of action and opportunities to tailor therapy. Curr Atheroscler Rep 7 (5): 501,2015.

Tuteja S, Rader DJ: High-density lipoproteins in the prevention of cardiovascular disease: changing the paradigm. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 96 (1): 48-56,2014.

Tuteja S and Rader DJ: Dyslipidaemia: cardiovascular prevention—end of the road for niacin? Nature Reviews Endocrinology 10 (11): 646-647,2014.

Tuteja S, Duffy D, Dunbar RL, Movva R, Gadi R, Bloedon LT, Cuchel M: Pharmacokinetic interactions of the microsomal triglyceride transfer protein inhibitor, lomitapide, with drugs commonly used in the management of hypercholesterolemia. Pharmacotherapy 34 (3): 227-239,2014.

Tuteja S, Haynes K, Zayac C, Sprague JE, Bernhardt B, Pyeritz R: Community pharmacists' attitudes towards pharmacogenetic testing. Personalized Medicine 10 (8): 793-800,2013.

Academic Contact Info

Smilow Center for Translational Research
3400 Civic Center Boulevard, Bldg. 421 11th Floor, Room 142

Philadelphia, PA 19104-5158
Phone: (215) 573-7834