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Dr. Mamta Muranjan

MD (Paediatrics), DCH Senior Consultant

  • SpecialityGenetics

  • HospitalMumbai - SRCC Children's Hospital


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Brief Profile

Dr. Mamta Muranjan is a medical graduate (Bombay University) of Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College & King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. She obtained her postgraduate degree in Paediatrics (MD and DCH) from Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College & King Edward Memorial Hospital (Bombay University). Dr. Muranjan is currently Professor (Additional) of Paediatrics at Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College & King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, where she is In-charge of the Genetic Clinic and has more than 25 years of experience in Clinical Genetics. Her niche field of specialization and expertise is in the diagnosis and treatment of inborn errors of metabolism (including enzyme replacement therapy for lysosomal storage disorders), dysmorphology and skeletal dysplasias. She is a university recognized postgraduate teacher of Paediatrics, postgraduate guide for University affiliated fellowship in Genetics and MSc in Applied Biology with more than 25 years of teaching experience at Seth GS Medical College.

Awards & Recognition

  • Second Prize for Oral paper at Embicon 99, 3rd Annual Conference of the Mumbai and Navi Mumbai
  • Third Prize for Poster presentation at Embicon, October 2000, 4th Annual Conference of the Mumbai and Navi Mumbai
  • First prize for Oral presentation, 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Pediatric critical care & 7th National Congress on Pediatric critical care

Professional Memberships & Certifications

  • Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) - Life Member, 1996
  • National Center of Wilson Disease, Observation and Management (WISDOM) - Member, Steering Committee1996
  • Genetics Chapter, IAP - Life Member
  • Respiratory Chapter, IAP - Life Member, 1997
  • Professor B. A. Bharucha Foundation - Founder- Trustee, 1999
  • Mumbai Branch of IAP - Life Member, 2001
  • Mumbai Branch of IAP - Member, Executive Board, 2002 –2003, 2006 – 2007, 2009-2010
  • Family Planning Association of India - Member, 2002 Mumbai Branch
  • Indian Society for Inborn Errors of Metabolism (ISIEM) – Founder Member, 2011


  • Muranjan MN, Bavdekar SB, More V, Deshmukh H, Tripathi M, Vaswani R. Study of Takayasu’s arteritis in children: clinical profile and management. J Postgrad Med 2000; 46 (1): 3 – 8 [PMID 10855069]
  • Tullu M, Muranjan MN, Kondurkar P, Bharucha BA. Krabbe Disease– Clinical Profile. Indian Pediatr 2000; 37(9): 939 – 946 [PMID 10992329]
  • Muranjan MN, Kondurkar P. Clinical Features of Organic Acidemias: Experience at a Tertiary care center in Mumbai, Indian Pediatr 2001; 38(5):518-524 [PMID 11359979]
  • Arora P, Tullu MS, Muranjan MN, Kerkar SP, Girisha KM, Bharucha BA. Congenital and Inherited Ophthalmologic Abnormalities. Indian J Pediatr 2003; 70: 549 – 552 [PMID 12940376]
  • Kava MP, Tullu MS, Muranjan MN, Girish KM. Down Syndrome: Clinical Profile from India. Archives Med Res 2004; 35: 31 – 35. [PMID 15036797]
  • Deo MG, Gangal SG, Kher A, Muranjan M. Mobile workshops for students – A novel programme for graduate medical education. Curr Sci 2004; 86: 1377 – 1380.
  • Bartakke S, Bavdekar SB, Kondurkar P, Muranjan MN, Manglani M, Sharma R. Effect of Deferiprone on urinary zinc excretion in multiply transfused children with thalassemia major. Indian Pediatr 2005; 42: 150 – 154 [PMID 15767711]
  • Muranjan MN, Birajdar S, Shah H, Sundaraman P, Tullu M. Psychological Consequences in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Survivors: The Neglected Outcome. Indian Pediatr 2008; 45: 99 – 103 [PMID 18310787]
  • Muranjan MN, Chaudhari T, Vundinti BR. Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Down syndrome: Is Parent of Origin of Extra Chromosome 21 Responsible? Indian Pediatr 2010; 47: 429 – 432 [PMID 19671944]
  • Muranjan MN, Mehta C, Pakhare A. An observational health service based survey for missed opportunities for immunization: Who is responsible? Indian Pediatr 2011; 48: 633 – 636 [PMID 21719943]