Consultant chemical pathology/metabolic medicine
Since 2005 Geeta Hampson has been a consultant in chemical pathology and metabolic bone disease at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
She runs a large metabolic bone disease/osteoporosis service at Guy's and St Thomas'.
During her time at Guy's and St Thomas' and King's College London, she has undertaken several clinical trials in osteoporosis.
Education and training
- Trained clinically in the management of bone disorders and calcium/phosphate metabolism
- Specialist training in clinical biochemistry, University Hospital of Wales
- Doctor of Medicine (MD)
- Master of Science (MSC)
- Trained in general endocrinology and diabetes mellitus
- General training in clinical biochemistry, haematology, infection and histopathology as a senior house officer
- Trained in general medicine as a house officer
- Undergraduate medical training, Manchester Medical School
- Pathogenesis and treatment of osteoporosis including nutritional aspects
- Association between abnormalities of bone metabolism and vascular calcification/stiffness in chronic kidney disease
- Evaluation of new biomarkers of bone metabolism and vascular calcification
- Ames Award by the Association of Clinical Biochemists (1992) for best research presentation as a trainee
- Awarded an MRC French Exchange Fellowship to continue and expand research interests in bone and calcium/phosphate metabolism
Phone: 020 7188 5901
- Diagnosis and treatment of metabolic bone disease/ osteoporosis
- Clinical usefulness of biochemical markers of bone turnover in assessment of treatment response
- The effects of vitamin D on bone metabolism, management of vitamin D deficiency/insufficiency
Last updated: January 2023