University of Utah

University of Utah

Eugen Ivan, MD

7941 S Forest Oaks Court Salt Lake City, UT 84121

About the Expert

Dr. Eugen Ivan is the Director of the Peripheral Vascular Interventional Program at the University of Utah, a Board-Certified Interventional Cardiologist, performing peripheral vascular and coronary interventional procedures and Assistant Professor.

Areas of Expertise

  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular Surgery

Expert's Profile

Eugen Ivan, MD is the Director of the Peripheral Vascular Interventional Program at the University of Utah. Dr. Ivan is a Board-Certified Interventional Cardiologist, performing peripheral vascular and coronary interventional procedures and Assistant Professor at University of Utah since October 2007. He has expertise in peripheral vascular interventional procedures, management of patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD), coronary interventions (PCI), and management of patients with coronary disease, especially acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and myocardial infarction (MI), and antiplatelet, antithrombotic and anticoagulant medications. Dr. Ivan completed his Cardiology Fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and his Internal Medicine Residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

Personal Achievements

Education

  • Emory University -- Cardiology Fellowship
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine -- Internal Medicine Residency

Organizations

  • ACC (American College of Cardiology)

Honors

  • American heart Association (AHA) Young Investigator Travel Award (2000)

Publications

  • 1. Godin D, Ivan E, Johnson C, Magid R, Galis ZS. (2000 Dec 5). Remodeling of carotid artery is associated with increased expression of matrix metalloproteinases in mouse blood flow cessation model. Circulation (online), 102(23), 2861-6.
  • 2. Ivan E, Khatri JJ, Johnson C, Magid R, Godin D, Nandi S, Lessner S, Galis ZS. (2002 Jun 4). Expansive arterial remodeling is associated with increased neointimal macrophage foam cell content: the murine model of macrophage-rich carotid artery lesions. Circulation (online), 105(22), 2686-91.
  • 3. Galis ZS, Johnson C, Godin D, Magid R, Shipley JM, Senior RM, Ivan E. (2002 Nov 1). Targeted disruption of the matrix metalloproteinase-9 gene impairs smooth muscle cell migration and geometrical arterial remodeling. Circ Res, 91(9), 852-9.
  • 4. Jasti V, Ivan E, Yalamanchili V, Wongpraparut N, Leesar MA. (2004 Nov 2). Correlations between fractional flow reserve and intravascular ultrasound in patients with an ambiguous left main coronary artery stenosis. Circulation (online), 110(18), 2831-6.
  • 5. Patel AD, Few III WL, Ivan E, Sorescu D, Helmy T. (2005). Diagnostic modalities for the evaluation of anomalous left main coronary arteries. Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine, 6(1), 32-35.
  • 6. Jiji R, Ivan E, Shaaban A, Litwin SE. (2009). Penetration of Aorta by an Intact Sternal Wire: Diagnosis by Cardiac CT. J Cardiovasc Comput Tomogr, 3(4), 284-285.

Prior assignments

  • Opinion on complication during cardiac catheterization and coronary intervention; opinion on death oocuring after multi-vessel angioplasty; adequacy of treatrment; choice of angioplasty or bypass in complex CAD; death after returning to ER post angioplasty.

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