Dr Ranjini Mohanjornk
Hello, my name is Ranjini.
I trained in one of the top institutions in India, St. John’s Medical College Hospital, graduating with merit in MBBS (undergraduate) in 1999. I then completed my internship in India, before completing my post graduation in the UK, training and working in paediatrics since 2000.
I developed a special interest in endocrinology, working at the adolescent part of Great Ormond Street Hospital, at UCLH. I have published research articles on various topics in the Archives of Diseases of Childhood and presented a paper at New York as a trainee on growth hormone in achondroplasia, and published in hot topics in Current Diabetes Reviews. I have presented with merit at Royal Society of Medicine.
I worked with the eating disorders team at Oxford health as a paediatrician for a few years, before joining Warwick hospital as a community paediatrician, as I realised that a lot of feeding difficulties were a result of undiagnosed autism spectrum disorder. My current interest is in all aspects of autism and I have been a partof the ARFID pathway being developed in Warwickshire. I have worked with children with autism for the last few years, dealing with associated medical problems like gut issues, sleep and restrictive eating etc.
I continue to work as a general paediatrician within the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (Paediatrics) at the Horton Hospital.