Who Am I?

I'm a physician and aspiring cardiologist with a passion for all things tech. Clinically, I'm a cardiology fellow, learning the ins and outs of comprehensive cardiovascular care. I am passionate about the field of cardiology because of it's practical application of fluid dynamics and physiology. I am also a software developer with a passion for web applications. I love developing software for the web because of it's combination of quick iteration, portability, and networking.

In addition to providing high-quality care to patients with cardiovascular disease, I hope to leverage my unique combination of technical and clinical skills to bring greater value to healthcare.


Fellow, Cardiology

2017 - Present
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Learning and delivering care across the vast scope of cardiovacular medicine, including: imaging, catheter-based interventions, electrophysiology, and critical care.

Co-Founder, Clinical Software Developer

2015 - Present
TimeDoc, Chicago, IL

Co-Founder of a Chicago-based startup that helps facilitate primary care physicians deliver care for chronic diseases. In addition to offering clinical insight, I actively develop software for our web platform.

Resident, Internal Medicine

2014 - 2017
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

As a medicine resident I delivered care to patients on Chicago's south side and regional referral areas in inpatient and outpatient settings. The broad nature of residency exposed me to varied clinical settings but allowed me to pursue research and gain exposure to the field cardiology, my true love in medicine.

Web & Mobile Developer

Spring 2014
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

I worked to see the continued design, integration, and deployment of my award-winning mobile app (iOS/Android). Initially developed using C#/ASP.net and PhoneGap I worked with the group for this short period to help us migrate to Google Apps-based infrastructure.

Web Developer

2007 - 2010
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

Served as a web Developer for the university's dining services. My role included working with (and despite) legacy content management systems, designing online marketing materials, and developed several web applications interfacing backend and end-user facing data. Made use of C#, PHP, SQL, HTML/CSS/JavaScript, and Adobe Creative Suite.

Publications & Posters

Home Inotropes in Patients Supported with Left Ventricular Assist Devices
Manuscript - American Society for Artificial Internal Organs Journal | E. Anyanwu, V. Kagan, A. Bhatia, D. Tehrani, S. Adatya, G. Kim, N. Sarswat, V. Jeevanandam, G. Sayer, N. Uriel (accepted, press pending)
PCI in Patients Supported with CF-LVADs: Indications, Safety, and Outcomes
Manuscript - Journal of Invasive Cardiology | E. Anyanwu, T. Ota, G. Sayer, S. Nathan, V. Jeevanandam, A. Shah, N. Uriel (PubMed)
Possible Serotonin Syndrome with Carbidopa–Levodopa and Linezolid
Manuscript - Journal of Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics | N. N. Pettit, V. Alonso, E. Wojcik, E. Anyanwu, L. Ebara, J.-L. Benoit (PubMed)
The accuracy of physical exam compared to RHC in LVAD patients
Poster - International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation Meeting 2017 | E. Anyanwu, A. Bhatia, D. Tehrani, A. Deshmukh, D. Rodgers, S. Adatya, N. Sarswat, G. Kim, G. Sayer, T. Ota, V. Jeevanandam, N. Uriel (abstract)
Normalization of Hemodynamics Following LVAD Implantation may be Related to Improved Long Term Outcome
Poster - HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2015 | E. Anyanwu, K. Patel, C. Henderson, S. Fedson, G. Kim, N. Sarswat, C. Juricek, T. Ota, V. Jeevanandam, G. Sayer, N. Uriel (abstract)
Invasive Hemodynamics in Severely Obese Patients Following Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation
Poster - HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2015 | K. Patel, C. Henderson, E. Anyanwu, S. Fedson, G. Kim, N. Sarswat, C. Juricek, T. Ota, V. Jeevanandam, G. Sayer, N. Uriel (abstract)
The Safety of Right Heart Catheterization in Patients with Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Devices
Poster - HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2015 | K. Patel, D. Rodgers, C. Henderson, E. Anyanwu, S. Fedson, G. Kim, N. Sarswat, C. Juricek, T. Ota, V. Jeevanandam, G. Sayer, N. Uriel (abstract)
Underdiagnosis of Hypertension in Adults
Poster - SGIM Annual Meeting 2014 | E. Anyanwu, D. Kaelber
Implementing a Wireless-Distributed EMR for a Traveling Student-Run Global Health Clinic
Poster - AMIA Annual Symposium 2014 | E. Anyanwu, C. Thompson, J. Gale (abstract)

Honors & Awards

Resident Teaching Award, University of Chicago Medicine (December 2015)
First Place - Student App Contest, Case Western Reserve University (February 2014)
Designed a mobile-first web application to support the university's growing wireless infrastructure. (Article 1) (Article 2)
Satcher-Pamies Merit Scholarship, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine (2010-2014)
Undergraduate Academic Honors
Summa Cum Laude, University & Departmental Honors, Phi Beta Kappa (Inducted 2009)


Physician Time Reporting at the County Hospital
Technologies - C# / ASP.net
While in medical school I was the lead developer for a web application at the county hospital. The application streamlined attending physician time reporting to Medicare and replaced a paper implementation. At the time of my graduation the application was being used by 200+ physicians each quarter, saving the hospital printing and administrative costs.