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Director, Cardiology Fellowship Program

Pediatric Cardiologist, Heart Failure & Transplantation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-803-2913

Board Certified

My Biography & Research

Biography

Ivan Wilmot, MD, graduated summa cum laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in zoology. 

In 1998 he began medical school at Emory University. His general pediatrics residency training took place at the Emory Affiliated Hospitals from 2002 to 2006. He completed his pediatric cardiology fellowship training from 2006 to 2009, and advanced fellowship in heart failure and transplant from 2009 to 2010.

His clinical and research interests focus on heart failure, cardiac transplantation and mechanical circulatory support (MCS).

Additional Languages

Afrikaans

Clinical Interests

Advanced heart failure; transplantation; mechanical circulatory support and transplant; cardiomyopathy; quality of life

Research Interests

Care of children with advanced heart failure requiring mechanical circulatory support; quality of life in children with heart failure; transplant and mechanical circulatory support (MCS); advanced strain imaging in evaluation of ventricular function in pediatric heart transplant patients; novel tools in pediatric cardiology trainee education

Academic Affiliation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Clinical Divisions

Cardiomyopathy, Heart Failure, Cardio-Oncology, Heart, Neuromuscular Disorders

Research Divisions

Cardiology, Heart

My Locations

My Education

BS: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 1998.

MD: Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 2002.

Residency: Emory Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, GA, 2005; Chief Resident: Emory Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, GA, 2006.

Fellowship: Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX, 2009.

Advanced Fellowship: Heart Failure and Transplant, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX, 2010.

Certification: American Board of Pediatrics; American Board of Pediatrics Sub-board of Pediatric Cardiology.

My Publications

Is the Use of Routine Echocardiogram Warranted in Large Pediatric Burns?. Wilmot, I; Chang, PH; Fowler, L; Warner, P. Journal of Burn Care and Research. 2021.

503 Cardiac Arrhythmias and Dysfunction in Pediatric Burns. Wilmot, I; Chang, P; Nelson, J; Fowler, L; Warner, P. Journal of Burn Care and Research. 2020; 41:s88-s88.

Fontan-associated protein-losing enteropathy and post‒heart transplant outcomes: A multicenter study. Schumacher, KR; Yu, S; Butts, R; Castleberry, C; Chen, S; Edens, E; Godown, J; Johnson, J; Kemna, M; Lin, K; et al. Journal of Heart Transplantation. 2019; 38:17-25.

Myocarditis and Pericarditis. Jefferies, JL; Wilmot, I. In: Shah SS; Ratner AJ; Kemper AR, Ed. Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Essentials for Practice, 2nd Edition. New York: McGraw Hill Professional; 2018.

Quality of Life and Psychosocial Care in Pediatric Heart Failure. Wilmot, I; Marino, BS. Heart Failure in the Child and Young Adult: From Bench to Bedside. 2018.

Chapter 35 Quality of Life and Psychosocial Care in Pediatric Heart Failure. Wilmot, I; Marino, BS. Heart Failure in the Child and Young Adult. 2018.

Pediatric Heart Transplantation Long-Term Survival in Different Age and Diagnostic Groups: Analysis of a National Database. Alsaied, T; Khan, MS; Rizwan, R; Zafar, F; Castleberry, CD; III, BR; Wilmot, I; Chin, C; Jefferies, JL; Morales, DL. World journal for pediatric & congenital heart surgery. 2017; 8:337-345.

(419) Predictors of Long Ischemic Time in Pediatric Heart Transplantation. Zafar, F; Weiss, T; Wilmot, I; Ryan, TD; Chin, C; Bryant, R; Morales, DL. Journal of Heart Transplantation. 2017; 36.

(37) Renal Dysfunction as a Relative Contraindication to Pediatric Heart Transplantation. Wilmot, I; Rizwan, R; Zafar, F; Hooper, D; Ryan, TD; Chin, C. Journal of Heart Transplantation. 2017; 36.

Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Cardioskeletal Involvement. Wilmot, I; Jefferies, JL; Ryan, TD. Cardioskeletal Myopathies in Children and Young Adults. 2017.