Adda
  
Grimberg
M.D., FAAP
Email: 
grimberg@email.chop.edu
Address: 
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Suite 11NW30 34th Street & Civic Center Blvd.
215-590-3618
Affiliations
Expertise

Dr. Grimberg is a translational physician scientist focusing on growth regulation at both the systemic and cellular levels. Through a combination of in vitro research and clinical investigations, her goal is to advance understanding of growth biology and apply the molecular biology of the growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor(IGF)axis to improving care of children with growth problems.

Appointments
Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2009– present)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2000 – 2006)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2006 – 2009)
Education
M.D., Medicine, Cornell University Medical College (1993)
B.S., Biology (Genetics and Development), Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (1989)
Selected Publications
Adda Grimberg, Chris Feudtner, and Catherine M. Gordon. ?Consequences of Brand Switches During the Course of Pediatric Growth Hormone Treatment?. Endocrine Practice. Vol 18. 2012:307-316.
Adda Grimberg, Kristen A. Feemster, Susmita Pati, Mark Ramos, Robert Grundmeier, Andrew J. Cucchiara, and Virginia A. Stallings. ?Medically Underserved Girls Receive Less Evaluation for Short Stature?. Pediatrics. Vol 127. 2011:696-702.
Lori S. Hart, Nathan G. Dolloff, David T. Dicker, Constantinos Koumenis, James G. Christensen, Adda Grimberg, and Wafik S. El-Deiry,. ?Human Colon Cancer Stem Cells are Enriched by Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 and are Sensitive to Figitumumab?. Cell Cycle. Vol 10. 2011:2331-2338.
Roy J. Kim, Rachana Shah, Andy M. Tershakovec, Babette S. Zemel, Leslie N. Sutton, Adda Grimberg, and Thomas Moshang. ?Energy Expenditure in Obesity Associated with Craniopharyngioma,?. Childs Nervous System. Vol 26. 2010:913-917.
Christina B. Bales, Binita M. Kamath, Pedro S. Munoz, Alexander Nguyen, David A. Piccoli, Nancy B. Spinner, David Horn, Justine Shults, Mary B. Leonard, Adda Grimberg,* and Kathleen M. Loomes* (*Drs. Grimberg and Loomes declare joint responsibility for senior authorship). ?Pathologic Lower Extremity Fractures in Children with Alagille Syndrome?. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. Vol 51. 2010:66-70.
Adda Grimberg, Mark Ramos, Robert Grundmeier, Kristen A. Feemster, Susmita Pati, Andrew J. Cucchiara, and Virginia A. Stallings. Sex-Based Prevalence of Growth Faltering in an Urban Pediatric Population. Journal of Pediatrics. Vol 154. 2009:567-572.e2..
Klaus Mohnike, Oliver Blankenstein, Andreas Pfuetzner, Simone Pötzsch, Ewald Schober, Stephan Steiner, Olga T. Hardy, Adda Grimberg, and W.M. van Waarde. Long-term Non-surgical Therapy of Severe Persistent Congenital Hyperinsulinism with Glucagon. Hormone Research. Vol 70. 2008:59-64.
Adda Grimberg, Elizabeth Stewart, and Michael P. Wajnrajch. Gender of Pediatric Recombinant Human Growth Hormone Recipients in the United States and Globally. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Vol 93. 2008:2050-2056.
Yukio Kawahara, Adda Grimberg, Sarah Teegarden, Cedric Mombereau, Sui Liu, Tracy Bale, Julie Blendy, and Kazuko Nishikura. Dysregulated Editing of Serotonin 2C Receptor mRNAs Results in Energy Dissipation and Loss of Fat Mass. Journal of Neuroscience. Vol 28. 2008:12834-12844.
Zonggao Shi, Maria J. Henwood, Peter Bannerman, Dalia Batista, Anelia Horvath, Marta Guttenberg, Constantine A. Stratakis, and Adda Grimberg. Primary Pigmented Nodular Adrenocortical Disease Reveals Insulin-like Growth Factor Binding Protein-2 Regulation by Protein Kinase A. Growth Hormone and IGF Research. Vol 17. 2007:113-121.