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Associate Professor, Division of Neonatology

Nationwide Children's Hospital

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Nationwide Children's Hospital

700 Children's Drive

Columbus, Ohio,43205

United States

Company Description

Named to the Top 10 Honor Roll on U.S. News & World Report's 2016-17 list of "America's Best Children's Hospitals," Nationwide Children's Hospital is America's largest not-for-profit freestanding pediatric healthcare system providing wellness, preventive, diag...more

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Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD :: Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
Thomas Bartman menu Thomas Bartman Home > Find A Doc > Thomas Bartman Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD, completed his pediatric residency and neonatal-perinatal fellowship at The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). His postdoctoral research using zebrafish at UCSF's Cardiovascular Research Institute discovered that biomechanical forces in the developing embryonic heart control later steps of structural development. He continued his research by founding the zebrafish research program at Cincinnati Children's and authoring numerous peer reviewed publications and research studies. While at Cincinnati Children's he transitioned his focus from bench research to quality improvement, and came to Nationwide Children's in 2011 as Director of Quality Improvement for Neonatal Services. Since his arrival at Nationwide Children's, Dr. Bartman led the development of a QI strategic plan for the neonatal service line which coordinates and focuses the QI efforts of hundreds of individuals in 9 NICUs with a combined 254 beds. These efforts are aligned with the Nationwide Children's QI strategic plan, and occur in conjunction with local, state, and national collaboratives including the Vermont Oxford Network (VON), the Children's Hospital Neonatal Consortium (CHNC), the Ohio Perinatal Quality Consortium (OPQC), the Neonatal Research Network (NRN), and Ohio Better Birth Outcomes (OBBO). In addition to the goal of eliminating preventable harm, the neonatal QI plan emphasizes bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), initial resuscitation of the newborn (Golden Hour), neurodevelopmental outcomes, and skin care. Outside of the neonatal service line, Dr. Bartman is an active leader in OBBO and the county-wide task force to reduce infant mortality, OPQC, and CHNC. He is also a core lecturer for the Nationwide Children's Quality Improvement Essentials course. He has lectured on QI science at Levine Children's Hospital, UCLA, and the PAS meetings. In 2014, Dr. Bartman was appointed Associate Medical Director of Quality for Nationwide Children's. Glenn,Nicole,O; McKane,Melissa; Kohli,Vikram; Wen,Kuo-Kuang; Rubenstein,Peter,A; Bartman,Thomas; Sumanas,Saulius. 2012. The W-Loop of Alpha-Cardiac Actin Is Critical for Heart Function and Endocardial Cushion Morphogenesis in Zebrafish. MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY. Vol. 32, no. 17. (September): 3527-3540. Glenn,Nikki,O; Kohli,Vikram; Bartman,Thomas; Sumanas,Saulius. 2011. Zebrafish mutant in Alpha-Cardiac Actin serves as a model for dilated cardiomyopathy. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY. Vol. 356, no. 1. (August): 173-173. Martin,Richard,Tyler; Bartman,Thomas. 2009. Analysis or Heart Valve Development in Larval Zebrafish. DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS. Vol. 238, no. 7. (July): 1796-1802. Maeda,Yutaka; Suzuki,Takuji; Pan,Xiufang; Chen,Gang; Pan,Songqin; Bartman,Thomas; Whitsett,Jeffrey,A. 2008. CUL2 is required for the activity of hypoxia-inducible factor and vasculogenesis. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. Vol. 283, no. 23. (June): 16084-16092. Beis,D; Bartman,T; Jin,S,W; Scott,I,C; D'Amico,L,A; Ober,E,A; Verkade,H; Frantsve,J; Field,H,A; Wehman,A; Baier,H; Tallafuss,A; Bally-Cuif,L; Chen,J,N; Stainier,D,YR; Jungblut,B. 2005. Genetic and cellular analyses of zebrafish atrioventricular cushion and valve development. DEVELOPMENT. Vol. 132, no. 18. (September): 4193-4204. Bartman,T; Hove,J. 2005. Mechanics and function in heart morphogenesis. DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS. Vol. 233, no. 2. (June): 373-381. Bartman,T; Walsh,E,C; Wen,K,K; McKane,M; Ren,J,H; Alexander,J; Rubenstein,P,A; Stainier,D,YR. Stainier,D,YR; Beis,D; Jungblut,B; Bartman,T. 2002. Endocardial cushion formation in zebrafish. COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY. Vol. 67, no. January: 49-56. Bartman,T; Murasko,D,M; Blank,K,J. 1995. A REPLICATION-COMPETENT, ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUS FROM AN AGED DBA/2 MOUSE CONTAINS THE COMPLETE ENV FROM EMV-3 AND A NOVEL GAG PARTIALLY RELATED TO AKT-8. JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY. Vol. 69, no. 5. (May): 3224-3228. Bartman T, Murasko DM, Blank KJ. 1995. A replication-competent, endogenous retrovirus from an aged DBA/2 mouse contains the complete env. from Emv-3 and a novel gag partially related to AKT-8. Journal of Virology. Vol. 69, no. February: 3224-3228. Bartman,T; Murasko,D,M; Sieck,T,G; Turturro,A; Hart,R; Blank,K,J. 1994. A MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS EXPRESSED IN AGED DBA/2 MICE IS DERIVED BY RECOMBINATION OF THE EMV-3 LOCUS AND ANOTHER ENDOGENOUS GAG SEQUENCE. VIROLOGY. Vol. 203, no. 1. (August): 1-7. Gray,G,S; White,M; Bartman,T; Mann,D. 1990. ENVELOPE GENE SEQUENCE OF HTLV-1 ISOLATE MT-2 AND ITS COMPARISON WITH OTHER HTLV-1 ISOLATES. VIROLOGY. Vol. 177, no. 1. (July): 391-395. Gray,G,S; Bartman,T; White,M. 1989. NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF THE CORE (GAG) GENE FROM HTLV-1 ISOLATE MT-2. NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH. Vol. 17, no. 19. (October): 7998-7998.


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Nationwide Children's Hospital welcomes three new neonatologists to the Section of Neonatology: Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD, Susan Lynch, MD, and Nehal Parikh, DO, MS.
Thomas Bartman, MD, PhD, joins Nationwide Children's as the director of Quality Improvement for the Section of Neonatology and an associate professor of Pediatrics. Dr. Bartman will be responsible for directing and coordinating quality improvement efforts throughout Neonatal Services' 191 bed network. Currently, these efforts occur in conjunction with the Vermont Oxford Network (VON), the Children's Hospital Neonatal Consortium (CHNC), the Ohio Perinatal Quality Consortium (OPQC), the Neonatal Research Network (NRN) and the Ohio Better Birth Outcomes (OBBO), in addition to internal efforts on improving safety of care. His areas of initial focus will be on reducing medication errors, reducing the readmission rate for recently discharged newborns and assisting OBBO in reducing the prematurity rate in our region. Dr. Bartman will also work with senior leadership to teach other Nationwide Children's faculty and employees about Quality Improvement Science. He completed his pediatric residency and neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship at The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). His postdoctoral research, completed at UCSF's Cardiovascular Research Institute, focused on using zebrafish to discover that biomechanical forces in the developing embryonic heart control later steps of structural development. He continued his research founding the zebrafish research program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and authored numerous peer reviewed publications and research studies. NOTE TO THE EDITOR: Dr. Bartman resides in Dublin, Ohio (43017), Dr. Lynch resides in Dublin, Ohio (43017) and Dr. Parikh resides in Upper Arlington, Ohio (43220). Dr. Thomas Bartman, director of Quality Improvement for the Section of Neonatology


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Associate Medical Director for Quality


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