SRI NIKHITA CHIMATAPU

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
Address9835 N Lake Creek Parkway
Austin, TX 78717
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    1. Chimatapu SN, Sethuram S, Samuels JG, Klomhaus A, Mintz C, Savage MO, Rapaport R. Evolving growth hormone deficiency: proof of concept. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2024; 15:1398171. PMID: 38752175; PMCID: PMC11095394.
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    2. Chimatapu SN, Mittelman SD, Habib M, Osuna-Garcia A, Vidmar AP. Wearable Devices Beyond Activity Trackers in Youth With Obesity: Summary of Options. Child Obes. 2024 Apr; 20(3):208-218. PMID: 37023409; PMCID: PMC10979694.
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    3. Samuels JG, Chimatapu SN, Savage MO, Rapaport R. Late-Onset Isolated Growth Hormone Deficiency. JCEM Case Rep. 2023 Mar; 1(2):luad011. PMID: 37908469; PMCID: PMC10580422.
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    4. Chimatapu SN, Ferber CJ, Thambundit A, Okawa ER. Two Cases of Thyroiditis in Adolescents Following COVID-19 Vaccinations. JCEM Case Rep. 2023 Mar; 1(2):luad017. PMID: 37908470; PMCID: PMC10580470.
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