Steven Bibevski, MD
Dr. Steven Bibevski comes to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital from the University of Michigan, where he completed fellowships in both adult and pediatric cardiac surgery. His training at one of the busiest congenital heart programs in the nation, with more than 900 procedures annually, afforded him extensive experience in the treatment of all complex forms of congenital heart disease, with an emphasis on hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Bibevski also completed a visiting fellowship at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, the largest pediatric heart center in the southern hemisphere.
Both pediatric fellowships provided experience in Extracorporeal Life Support, post-operative intensive care unit management, heart transplantation and all aspects of managing patients with adult congenital heart disease. Dr. Bibevski’s clinical interest is in complex congenital heart defect repair, including single-ventricle physiology, transposition of the great vessels and atrio-ventricular canal defects.
Dr. Bibevski also has a strong research background. He obtained his PhD in cardiovascular physiology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he conducted research in the field of autonomic neural control of the cardiovascular system in heart failure.
Meet Dr. Bibevski
- Case Western Reserve School Of Medicine, 2004
- University Hospital Of Cleveland, 2009, Surgery
- University Of Michigan Medical Center, 2011, Cardiothoracic Surgery
- University Of Michigan Medical Center, 2012, Pediatric Surgery
American Board of Thoracic Surgery-Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
- American Journal of Physiology
- Cardiovascular Research
- Circulation Research
- Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System
- Scholar, Looking Into the Future Scholarship, Society for Thoracic Surgeons, 2007
- Young Investigator Award, Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine, 2006
- Travel Award, Heart Failure Society of America, 2005
- Myron F. Kanter and Lawrence J. Kanter Endowment Fund Award for Outstanding Student Specializing in Cardiology or Cardiovascular Surgery, Case Western Reserve University, 2004
- tumSUDEN/Hellebrandt Award, American Physiological Society, 2003
- Finalist, The Michael J. Brody Young Investigator Award of the American Physiological Society, Neural Control of Cardiovascular Function Section, 2000
- John Diggle Award for Excellence in Human Anatomy, Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences, La Trobe University 1998