Dr. Rita Ibitoye, BSc, BM, MRCPCH (UK), Cert. Med. Gen RCPath (UK), MSc Genomic Medicine
Dr Rita Ibitoye, a consultant in Clinical Genetics, based at the NorthWest Thames Regional Genetics Service in London, England. Dr Ibitoye’s interest in the SATB2 Associated Syndrome (SAS) started in 2013, following carrying out a research study on the gene as part of the Deciphering Developmental disorders (DDD study) Complimentary Analysis Project. She has presented on the SAS at a number of genetics conferences and also co-authored a medical paper on the condition (Bengani H, Handley M, Alvi M, Ibitoye R et al. Clinical and molecular consequences of disease-associated de novo mutations in SATB2. Genet Med. 2017 Aug; PMID: 28151491).
Dr Ibitoye sees people with a diagnosis of SAS a in England in her Clinical Genetics clinic at the NorthWest Thames Regional Genetics Service. Dr Ibitoye is also in the process of trying to set up a national multidisciplinary team SAS clinic with other medical specialists.