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Demvihin Ihyembe, MD
Pediatrics

Demvihin Ihyembe, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics


Child Study Center
1100 N.E. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117

(405) 271-5700

Demvihin-Ihyembe@ouhsc.edu


Dr. Demvihin Ihyembe is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric (DBP) Fellowship Program Evaluation Chair at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC). She received her medical degree from St. George’s Unversity School of Medicine, Grenada and her undergraduate degree from University College London. Dr. Ihyembe is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce within the Department of Pediatrics at OUHSC; and also a member of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (SDBP) where she has held leadership positions within the society’s international special interest group. She is a Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellow and now serves as the DBP faculty member in the Oklahoma LEND program. Dr. Ihyembe is the DBP Medical Clinic Director at the OU Child Study Center. She enjoys providing diagnostic and treatment care for children with ADHD, autism, fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, disruptive behavior disorders, learning disorders, and parent-child relationship difficulties. Her particular area of interest is helping families navigate through the special-education system and she has conducted research related to this topic and others. Dr. Ihyembe is a native of Nigeria.


Board Certification(s):

American Board of Pediatrics


Residency:

Einstein Medical Center Philadelpia, PA


Fellowship:

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles


Clinical/Research Interests:

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
  • Autism
  • Disruptive behaviors and developmental delays
  • Learning/intellectual disorders
  • Medically Complex
  • Parent /Child Relationship Issues
  • Sleep disorders