Mohammad Ilyas, M.D.
- Associate Professor, College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
Email: IlyasMohammad@uams.edu Phone: 501-364-1847 Fax: 501-364-1780 Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital 1 Children's Way Little Rock, AR 72202
- B.Sc., The University of The Punjab, 1982
- M.B,B.S., The University of The Punjab, 1985
- Higher secondry Certitificate, Federal Government College For Men No. 1, 1978
- Secondary School Certificate, Government High School, 1976
- Internship, Pediatrics, The University of The Punjab, 1985-1986
- Fellowship, Pediatric Nephrology, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1994-1996
- Intership and Residency, Pediatrics, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 1992-1994
- Residency, Pediatrics, The Aga Khan Medical University, 1986-1989
- Chief Resident, Pediatrics, The Aga Khan Medical University, 1989-1991
- Clinical Assistant (Neonatology), Neonatology, The Aga Khan Medical University, 1991-1992
Licensure and Board Certification
- American Board of Medical Specialties, Pediatrics, Pediatric Nephrology
- American Board of Medical Specialties, Pediatrics, Pediatrics
- Journal Article, Corey O. Montgomery, MD., Karen L. Young, MD., Mark Austen, MS., Chan-Hee Jo, PhD., Robert Dale Blasier, MD., Mohammad Ilyas, MD. Increased Risk of Blount Disease in Obese Children and Adolescents With Vitamin D Deficiency . J Pediatr Orthop 2010 December; 30(8):879–882.
- Journal Article, Ellis EN., Martz K., Talley L., Ilyas M., Pennington KL., Blaszak RT. Factors related to long term renal transplant function in children.. Pediatric Nephrol 2008 July; 23:1149-1155.
- Journal Article, Ilyas M., Ellis EN. Management of Childhood Hypertension: A Guide for Primary Care Physicians.. Journal of Arkansas Medical Society 2006 6:137-140.
- Journal Article, Blaszak RT., Mitsnefes MM., Ilyas M., Salman SD., Belcher SM., Brady DR. Hyperphosphatemia in Children Recieving Peritoneal Dialysis: Response to an Educational Intervention.. Pediatric Nephrol. 2005 20:967-971.