Dr. Sangeeta

Dr. Sangeeta

MBBS, DNB OBS &GYNAE, DGO, DNB Medical Genetics

Dr. Sangeeta a postgraduate from Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi. She has worked at Max Hospital , Saket. She did her three years super specialisation training in Medical Genetics from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi under Dr. I.C. Verma and Dr. Ratna Dua Puri.

During her training, she has dealt with a broad spectrum of patients with various Genetic concerns like high risk biochemical screen in pregnancy, congenital malformations on ultrasounds, recurrent pregnancy losses, children and adults with chromosomal, syndromic , single gene disorders and various inborn errors of metabolism. She did her Thesis work on Outcome of pregnancies with increased nuchal translucency in first trimester. She has publications in International and National Journals of Medical Genetics and Fetal Medicine. She has done National courses in Biochemical Genetics and Molecular Genetics at CDFD, Hyderabad, Population Genetics at NIBMG, Kolkata.

Research articles/Papers published in  journals:

Sr.No.Title of research articleName of JournalWhether author/co authorMonth and year of publication
1.Genetic disorders in children with hepatosplenomegalyMedic MentorAuthorVol.1,no.6,Dec-Jan.2016
2.Sengers syndrome in Asian Indians-two novel mutations and variant phenotypeTranlational Science of Rare DiseasesAuthorVol.2,no.3-4,pp.157-164,2017
3.LG9 Associated Gillessen-Kaesbach–Nishimura Syndrome (GIKANIS): An Uncommon Aetiology of Enlarged Foetal Kidneys

 

Journal of Fetal MedicineCo author10.1007/s40556-018-0183-1.2018
4.Mutation- proved Clouston syndrome in a large Indian family with Variant phenotypeIndian Journal of DermatologyAuthorAccepted for Publication-Manuscript no.IJD_510_17

Papers/Posters  published/presented in  National or International conferences:

Sr.No.Title of PaperName of conferenceCityDate/Year
1.To study the outcome of foetuses with increased nuchal translucency in first trimesterAnnual congress of Society of Fetal MedicineKolkata9th-11th Sept.2016
2.Clinical profile of patients with 22q deletion syndrome3rd International Conference on birth defectsNew Delhi7th-10th Dec.2016
3.The emergence of nuclear genes  encoded mitochondrial  disorders in era of next generation sequencing4th Conference ISIEMChennai10th-12th Feb.2017
4.To study the outcome of foetuses with increased nuchal translucency in first trimester-Extended studyInternational Congress of Society of fetal MedicineGurugram1st-3rd Sept.2017

Lifetime Membership of societies:

• Indian Fertility society(IFS)
• Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
• Society of Fetal Medicine (SFM)
• Society of Indian Journal of Medical Genetics (SIAMG)
• Indian Society of Inborn errors of Metabolism (ISIEM)