Judith D. Ranells, MD
Dr. Judith Ranells is Associate Professor and Chief of the Genetics Division in the Department of Pediatrics at USF College of Medicine. A native of New York City, she graduated from Howard University College of Medicine with Honors in Psychiatry, served her Internship and Residency in Pediatrics at Bronx Municipal Hospital/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her Fellowship in Human Genetics at Columbia University.
Dr. Ranells joined the faculty at USF in 1989, working part-time until 2004, when she assumed leadership of the Genetics Division. The majority of her time is devoted to providing clinical genetics services to pediatric patients, including those served via the Regional Genetics Program at USF, one of three regional centers in the state of Florida. She also provides services to prenatal patients and adults in need of genetic diagnosis and/or counseling.
Dr. Ranells is board certified in Pediatrics and Medical Genetics, and is a Founding Fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics. She is active in educating medical professionals, medical students and the community about medical genetics. Her primary interests are dysmorphology and the etiology of congenital anomalies.
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