Vaneeta Bamba, MD
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Vaneeta Bamba, MD is an attending physician in the Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She cares for children with pediatric endocrine disorders. Her clinical expertise is in pediatric disorders of growth.   She is the Medical Director of the Diagnostic and Research Growth Center at CHOP. She has given lectures on growth, has published research on use of growth hormone in children, and is also involved in research of novel ways of treating children with growth hormone deficiency.

Dr. Bamba has a special interest in Turner Syndrome and is the leader of the multidisciplinary Wellness in Growth and Spirit (WinGS) Program, a clinical program specifically for girls with Turner Syndrome (TS).  Dr. Bamba complements her clinical practice by involvement in research studies and advocacy groups for TS.  She was a member of the International Committee on the development of revised guidelines for care of girls and women with Turner Syndrome, published Sept 2017. She is also a member of the Turner Syndrome Resource Network, as well as a co-chair for the newly founded Turner Syndrome Special Interest Group of the Pediatric Endocrine Society.

In addition to growth disorders, Dr. Bamba developed expertise in lipid disorders during her training at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  She is an attending physician in the Lipid Heart Clinic at CHOP. She also participates in clinical research in this arena. 

Dr. Bamba sees patients primarily at Buerger Center for Advanced Care and the King of Prussia satellite office.