Ivan undertook both pre-clinical and clinical training at Oxford University graduating in 1996 after an intercalated B.A.
Following house officer posts in Bath and Oxford he moved up to Nottingham for his specialist training in Respiratory and General Medicine. During this time he completed a three-year period of respiratory research, culminating in a PhD from Nottingham University.
He was appointed as a Consultant Physician at the Queen's Medical Centre in 2006 specialising in Respiratory and Acute Medicine.
Ivan has experience running general respiratory clinics with a wide range of presentations from chronic cough to unexplained breathlessness. He has particular interests in pulmonary emboli, interstitial lung diseases and lower respiratory tract infections.
He sees and treats NHS patients at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre.
Ivan married to Louise, a local GP in 2000 and they have three boys: Oscar, and twins Archie and Theo.
Current NHS or research position
Consultant Respiratory and Acute Physician
Year of first medical qualification
Special clinical interests
Venous thromboembolic disease
Interstitial lung diseases.
Outside of respiratory medicine, Ivan is a member of the busy Acute Medicine team.
Current memberships of professional, national and regional bodies
Royal College of Physicians
British Thoracic Society
Society for Acute Medicine