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English

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

March 1989

Accepting New Patients?

Yes

​​​​Professional Background 

Dr. Cutler attended Vanderbilt Medical School before completing her internship at the University of Connecticut. She did her residency at Baylor College of Medicine and The Texas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Cutler’s first year of her pediatric pulmonary fellowship was conducted at Baylor, and the second year at National Jewish Hospital.  

Professional Associations

Dr. Cutler is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Harris County Medical Society and the Houston Pediatric Society.  

Hobbies and Interests

When she’s not seeing patients, loves reading mystery books and spending time with her son and their many pets. (They have dogs, fish and a guinea pig).  She also secretly writes bad country songs for her own amusement.​

​My philosophy of care is a group effort that combines what I know medically and incorporates it with the family’s beliefs and lifestyle. I do not work quickly because I think time is required to address all issues and family concerns.

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Awards & Recognitions

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When Dr. Cutler was an assistant professor in pediatrics at The Texas Children's Hospital, she wrote the pediatric pulmonary chapter in the book The Science and Practice of Pediatric Cardiology, 1990.

She also penned the section on immotile cilia syndrome in the blood in the book Principles and Practices in Pediatrics,1994. As a fellow at The National Jewish Hospital, she had an abstract published in the American Review of Respiratory Diseases, 1982.