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Krishnamallika Mutyala, MD


endocrine effects in cancer survivors, DSD, thyroid cancer


Krishnamallika Mutyala, MD is a pediatrician at Dayton Children's in the endocrinology/diabetes department. As a pediatric endocrinologist, she treats children with growth, thyroid, puberty, adrenal, pituitary disorders and diabetes. Her special interest is evaluating endocrine affects in cancer survivors.


  • English
  • Telugu
  • Hindi

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existing patients 

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new patients 

Scheduling in-person appointments for new endocrinology patients only. For diabetes/prediabetes patients, patients with concerns about weight gain, or patients with a known genetic condition, please call 937-641-3487

education and training

  • medical school: Alluri Sitaramaraju Academy of Medical Sciences - Eluru, India
  • internship: Alluri Sitaramaraju Academy of Medical Sciences - Eluru, India
  • residency: Children's Hospital of Michigan - Detroit, MI
  • fellowship: University of Utah
  • board certification: Pediatrics and pediatric endocrinology

publications and presentations

case reports

  1. Mutyala K,  Davlos M, Kumar B, Callaghan M, Ang J, McGrath E, External Jugular vein thrombosis in an adolescent with Lemierre syndrome. Consultant: Volume 11-Issue 10- October 2012

unpublished poster presentations

  1. Mutyala K, Baracco R, Mattoo T (2012), Approach to Hypertension in children by general pediatricians, Poster session presented at Annual Pediatric Research day, held in Detroit, March 2012
  2. Mutyala K, Baracco R, Mattoo T (2012), Approach to Hypertension in children by general pediatricians, Poster session presented at Pediatric Academic Society, held in Boston, April 2012
  3. Mutyala K, Hamaker M, Foster C, Clements S (2017) Maternal amiodarone causing neonatal goiter and hypothyroidism, Poster session presented at 10th International Meeting of Pediatric Endocrinology, held in Washington DC, September 2017
  4. Al-hamad D, Mutyala K, Shleifer B, Grubb P, Clements S Transient Neonatal diabetes mellitus due to maternal anti-insulin antibodies, Poster presentation at PAS, held in Toronto, May 2018
  5. Mutyala K, Greg Stoddard, Jacob Wilkes, Alison Fraser, Scott Clements
    Type 1 diabetes (T1D) incidence trends in Utah among children less than age 19 years from 2001 to 2015, Poster presentation at PAS, held in Baltimore, April 2019
  6. Zoe Raleigh, Zachary Drapkin, Dania Al-Hamad, Krishnamallika Mutyala, Mary Murray, Vandana Raman. Management of Children with Severe Diabetic Ketoacidosis Outside an Intensive Care Unit , Poster presentation at PAS, held in Baltimore, April 2019

awards, honors and organizations

  • Pediatric Endocrine Society
  • American Diabetes Association
  • Member DSD-Special interest Group
  • Pediatric Endocrine Society

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

endocrinology is a varied and interesting specialty. I enjoy the mix of emergencies, routine care, complex health problems, and getting to work with other specialities to patients who need that multi-disciplinary care.  Educating patients and introducing them to technology available, and supporting them to lead normal lives while managing their chronic condition is very rewarding. Learning newer evolving therapy and technology keeps me engaged and helps me provide up-to-date care for patients and improve their quality of life.

I like working with kids because...

I love to be with children and like to help them live a longer and healthier life.  I love working with families and building relationships with them.

I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

we have friendly and supportive teams who are all working towards providing the best possible care for patients. There are a lot of nice people who embrace different cultures and make it feel like a second family.

Dayton Children's is special because...

of its commitment for care of children in our reach. Happy and friendly work environment.

ratings and reviews

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Everyone is always so nice and friendly. They always make my son feel comfortable and they always make our family feel welcome. Thank you for everything you do for my son.

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We felt VERY cared for! We were coming from a situation where a previous practice closed, and it was chaotic at the end. We had a million questions and lots of anxiety, because we had a diagnosis but no treatment plan yet. EVERYONE We met from the nurse to the doctor to the pharmacist and even the phlebotomist took care of us and made the whole process smooth! We have already been recommending the endocrinology department at Dayton Children's Hospital to our pediatrician and our other friends who were in the previous practice. We are so thankful for the care that our son is receiving.

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The endo staff is always amazing. They have always treated my son with kindness and care.

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A very throughout visit and clear plan of care, thank you!

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