Banerjee, Anita – consultant obstetric physician, diabetes and endocrinology consultant, acute physician and honorary senior lecturer KCL

  

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anita banerjeeTel: 020 7188 7905

Area of expertise: consultant obstetric physician, diabetes and endocrinology consultant, acute physician

Languages spoken: English and Gujarati

  • Biography

    Anita Banerjee is a consultant obstetric physician, diabetes and endocrinology consultant, acute physician and honorary senior lecturer at King's College London.

    As an educationalist Anita teaches on all aspects of medical problems in pregnancy at local, national and international meetings. She leads the high-fidelity simulation training for the deteriorating pregnant patient at St Thomas’ Hospital. She has been involved in writing the curriculum for the special skills module in obstetric medicine for acute medicine and the e-learning module for medical problems in pregnancy.

    Anita is a member of the OAA sub-group committee for the deteriorating pregnant patient and leads on the obstetric acute kidney injury pathway in London. She is also a member of several committees including; UKOSS steering committee, MBRRACE assessor and SCLN London morbidity and mortality committee.

  • Education and training

    • BSc Hons Pharmacology, King's College London

    • MBBS, King’s College London

    • FRCP, 2014

    • FHEA, 2015

  • Specialist interests 

    • Obstetric medicine-complex medical conditions in pregnancy

    • Diabetes and pregnancy

    • Endocrinology and pregnancy

    • Acute kidney injury and pregnancy

    • High risk pregnancies

  • Research interests

    • Acute kidney injury in pregnancy

    • Education and training in obstetric medicine

    • Radiology and pregnancy

  • Awards

    • 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)