Caleb Bupp, MD, FACMG
Division Chief, Medical Genetics and Genomics, Spectrum Health and Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Caleb is a pediatrics trained, board-certified medical geneticist with Corewell Health and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He serves as the Division Chief of Medical Genetics and Genomics. He is also an assistant professor at Michigan State University. He is the chair of the State of Michigan’s Newborn Screen Quality Assurance Advisory Committee and a member of the Michigan Make-A-Wish Medical Advisory Council.
He co-discovered a treatable genetic syndrome caused by ODC1 mutations now termed Bachmann-Bupp syndrome and is the clinical director of the International Center for Polyamine Disorders. He helped create and run Project Baby Deer, a statewide initiative to provide access to rapid whole genome sequencing which resulted in Michigan Medicaid being the first to create an approval and carve-out payment policy. Dr. Bupp helped form the Rare Disease Network which provides support and education throughout Michigan.
Dr. Bupp received his Bachelor of Science in molecular biology from Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania and his medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine in Ohio. He completed pediatrics residency at the University of Louisville in Kentucky and his medical genetics training at the Greenwood Genetic Center in South Carolina.