Jeffrey B. Anderson, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone 513-636-3865

Fax 513-636-3952

Email jeffrey.anderson@cchmc.org

Clinical Interests

Pediatric electrophysiology; Syncope; Quality improvement and outcomes

Research Interests

Syncope, nutrition and growth in congenital heart disease, large database analysis, quality improvement

Jeffrey B. Anderson MD, MPH, is an assistant professor of pediatrics with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and holds a joint appointment with the Heart Institute and the James M. Anderson Center for Clinical Excellence at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

Dr. Anderson obtained both his medical degree and his Masters in Public Health from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He completed an internship in internal medicine and pediatrics at the North Carolina Memorial Hospital followed by a pediatrics residency at the North Carolina Children’s Hospital in Chapel Hill, NC. Following a year serving as pediatric chief resident in Chapel Hill, he completed his pediatric cardiology fellowship and advanced training in electrophysiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

Dr. Anderson’s research interests include nutrition in congenital heart disease, syncope in the pediatric population and application of quality improvement methodology to improve outcomes in congenital heart disease. Dr. Anderson has spent the last several years working with infants with congenital heart disease with nutritional failure to better understand the etiology of their growth problems and to design interventions to improve their growth.

Following cardiology fellowship, Dr. Anderson helped establish the Syncope Clinic in the Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and he continues to direct the work in this clinic.

MD: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Residency: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Anderson JB, Kalkwarf HJ, Kehl JE, Eghtesady P, Marino BS. Low Weight-for-Age Z-Score and Infection Risk After the Fontan Procedure. Ann Thorac Surg. 2011 May;91(5):1460-6.

Anderson JB, Marino BS, Irving SY, García-España JF, Ravishankar C, Stallings VA, Medoff-Cooper B. Poor post-operative growth in infants with two-ventricle physiology. Cardiol Young. 2011 Mar 9:1-9.

Anderson JB, Benson DW. Genetics of sick sinus syndrome. Card Electrophysiol Clin. 2010 Dec 1;2(4):499-507.

Czosek RJ, Anderson JB, Cao J, Knilans TK. Assessment of T-wave oversensing in an infant with an implanted defibrillator. Heart Rhythm. 2010 Oct;7(10):1516-7.

Anderson JB, Beekman RH 3rd, Eghtesady P, Kalkwarf HJ, Uzark K, Kehl JE, Marino BS. Predictors of poor weight gain in infants with a single ventricle. J Pediatr. 2010 Sep;157(3):407-13, 413.e1.

Dixon CA, Anderson JB, Ruddy RM, Cripe LH. Infantile-onset Pompe disease: a diagnosis not to miss. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2010 Apr;26(4):293-5.

Anderson JB, Beekman RH 3rd, Border WL, Kalkwarf HJ, Khoury PR, Uzark K, Eghtesady P, Marino BS. Lower weight-for-age z score adversely affects hospital length of stay after the bidirectional Glenn procedure in 100 infants with a single ventricle. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2009 Aug;138(2):397-404.e1.

Anderson J, Kocis K. Echocardiographic evaluation of pericardial effusions and cardiac tamponade in children. Pediatric Ultrasound Today. 2006; 11(8): 137-52.

Anderson JB, Fuller TC, Hawkins JA, Brinkman MK, Profaizer T, Shaddy MD. Long-term reduction of panel reactive antibodies in children receiving mycophenolate mofetil after valved allograft placement. Transplantation. 2005 Aug 15;80(3):414-6.

Shaddy RE, Fuller TC, Anderson JB, Lambert LM, Brinkman MK, Profaizer T, Hawkins JA. Mycophenolic mofetil reduces the HLA antibody response of children to valved allograft implantation. Ann Thorac Surg. 2004 May;77(5):1734-9.