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Language(s) Spoken

English; Arabic

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

June 2015

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Professional Backgr​​​ound 

After completing her residency in 2008, Dr. Abuazza began working as an Assistant Professor and Pediatric Nephrology Consultant in the Hypertension and Renal Transplantation Division at the University of Kentucky Hospital. She had training in pediatric nephrology through a fellowship. She worked in Pediatrics in both Louisiana and Saudi Arabia before moving to Houston and working as a pediatrician in 2013. Dr. Abuazza joined Kelsey-Seybold in June 2015.

Professi​onal Associations 

Dr. Abuazza is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Texas Medical Association and the Harris County Medical Society.

Hobbies a​​​nd Interests

When she isn’t taking care of her patients, Dr. Abuazza enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, cooking and trying new recipes.

​​​“My goal is to provide every child I care for with quality medical care by working as a team with parents and children to offer education, support and guidance.

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Awards & Recognitions


  • Best Speaker Award, Aseer Pediatric Symposium, Saudi Arabia, November, 2011
  • Outstanding Resident in Pediatric Radiology, UKY, 2007-2008
  • Outstanding Resident in Pediatric Behavioral Medicine, UKY, 2006-2007


  • “Urosepsis” Chapter, First Author, Pediatric Nephrology in the ICU, Book publication. Published  on November, 2008.
  • “First author” Claudins 6, 9, and 13 are developmentally expressed renal tight junction proteins, June 2006.
  • Pharmacologic-induced reduction of human sleeps debt. Sleep Research, 22 (Suppl):S118)1999.