Anita Banerjee

Obstetric physician


Anita Banerjee is a obstetric physician, diabetes and endocrinology consultant and internal medicine honorary reader in obstetric medicine at King's College London.

He is recognised as an obstetric physician and educationalist nationally and internationally. He is involved in clinical practice and working locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, invited to conferences locally, nationally and internationally including; Ireland, Italy, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Jamaica. National stake holder and member of the UKOSS steering group, mMOET educational group member and a MatNeo SIP Mews Stakeholder Design Group.

Education and training

  • Fellowship of higher education (FHEA), 2015
  • Fellowship of Royal College Phsycians (FRCP), 2014
  • Bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery (MBBS), King's College London
  • Bachelor of science (BSc Hons), pharmacology, King's College London

Research interests

  • Education and training in obstetric medicine
  • Radiology and pregnancy
  • Acute kidney injury in pregnancy


  • Mentor-Mentee Award, Society of Experimental Medicine and Biology, USA (2008)

  • Travelling Scholarship, International Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Group, USA (2008)

  • European Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Group Stower Prize (2008)

  • Samuel Leonard Simpson Endocrinology Prize, RCP (2007)

Last updated: February 2023

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