Kimberly Kripps, M.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Molecular and Medical Genetics, School of Medicine


  • B.S., 2009, University of Washington
  • M.D., 2014, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Residency:

    • Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Maricopa Medical Center Pediatric Residency Program, Phoenix, AZ
    • University of Colorado Clinical Genetics and Metabolism Residency Program, Aurora, CO
  • Fellowship:

    • University of Colorado Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship Program, Aurora, CO

Honors and awards

  • Selected for the Travel Award for poster
  • Selected to give a podium presentation of project on Mucolipidosis Type IV at the MCW Pathways Scholarship Forum, 2013
  • Recipient of the Washington Scholars Scholarship, 2005-2009

Memberships and associations

  • American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics
  • American Board of Pediatrics


Elsevier pure profile

Selected publications

  • Kripps K and McCandless S. Book Chapter: Genetics, including Inborn Errors of Metabolism.Klaus and Fanaroff, Care of the High Risk Neonate, 7th Ed.
  • Emrick, LT, Rosenfeld JA, Lalani SR, Jain M, Desai NK, Larson A, Kripps K, et al. "MicrodeletionsExcluding Ywhae and Pafah1b1 Cause a Unique Leukoencephalopathy: Further Delineation ofthe 17p13.3 Microdeletion Spectrum." Genet Med 2019;21(7): 1652-56.
  • Shireman LM, Kripps KA, Balogh LM, Conner KP, Whittington D, Atkins WM. Glutathionetransferase A4-4 resists adduction by 4-hydroxynonenal. Arch Biochem Biophys.2010;504(2):182-9.
  • Balogh LM, Le Trong I, Kripps KA, Tars K, Stenkamp RE, Mannervik B, and Atkins WM.Structural Analysis of a Glutathione Transferase A1-1 Mutant Tailored for High CatalyticEfficiency with Toxic Alkenals. Biochemistry. 2009;48:7698-7704.


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