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.

I am recognised as an  obstetric physician and educationalist nationally and internationally. 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.

Published peer-reviewed articles, national guidelines, book chapters and e-learning resources on a wide variety of medical conditions in pregnancy; including the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists guideline Sepsis and Pregnancy and the RCP Acute Care Toolkit for managing acute medical problems in pregnancy launched in October 2019. I co-wrote the Royal College of Physicians curricula for a credential in Obstetric Medicine for trainees and post CTT consultants, launched in November 2020 and an educational supervisor and assessor for this program.

Education and training

  • BSc Hons Pharmacology, King's College London

  • MBBS, King’s College London

  • FRCP, 2014

  • FHEA, 2015

Research interests

  • acute kidney injury in pregnancy

  • education and training in obstetric medicine

  • radiology and 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: April 2022

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