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Joined Kelsey-Seybold

February 2019

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Professional Background

After graduation from medical school, Dr. Pant completed a pediatrics residency at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso, Texas, before doing a one-year critical care medicine fellowship at The University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston. Dr. Pant worked in the pediatric emergency room and urgent care before joining Kelsey-Seybold. 

Professional Associations

Dr. Pant is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Texas Medical Association.

Hobbies and Interests

Dr. Pant has recently developed a love for cooking and she enjoys adding her own twists to recipes. Traveling is her favorite hobby. She looks forward to local school opportunities to help children become more aware about a healthy lifestyle ranging from exercises to screen time talk.  

Fun Facts

Dr. Pant’s guilty pleasure is visiting The Chocolate Bar at Rice Village. She goes an extra mile to explore local cafes for a smooth cup of decaffeinated coffee. Her favorite musical artist is Yanni, but she’s also a Houston Symphony fan.

My goal is to deliver the highest standards of care in accordance with evidence-based medicine. I strive to empower both my patient and the parents with knowledge that will help the child grow into a healthy, successful adult.

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Awards & Recognitions

Dr. Pant received Best Abstract in May 2014 from the Pediatrics Fellowship Research Symposium at The University of Texas Health Services Center in Houston. She also received the President’s Volunteer Services Award for Outstanding Services from the Methodist Hospital in Houston.


  • “Is there a need to assess infant obesity at 6 months?” The Journal of Pediatrics, Volume 158, Issue 2, February 2011, Page 344 Marie Leiner, Krishnawari Pant, Blanca Garcia.
  • “Mitochondrial disorders and their anesthetic implications.” 64th PGA Anesthesiology, New York Dec 2010, P- 9146 Muhammad B. Rafique, M.D., Vahila P. Pamidimukkala, M.D., Qaiser Khan, M.D., Douglas Maposa, M.D., Krishnawari Pant, M.D.
  • “Comparison of the infant Truview EVO2 video laryngoscope and the Macintosh laryngoscope blade in 50 patients.” Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology August 2010, Volume 22, Issue 5, Pages 391-396 Ranu Jain M.D., Rachel Ester Lewis (Research assistant), Vineela Maddukuri M.D., Krishnawari Pant, M.D., Ashley Feldman, R.N., B.S.N, Maria Matuszczak, M.D.

Poster /Abstracts

  • Poster - “Comparison of the infant Truview EVO2 video laryngoscope and the Macintosh laryngoscope blade in 50 patients.” Ranu Jain, M.D., Rachel Ester Lewis (Research assistant), Vineela Maddukuri, M.D., Krishnawari Pant, M.D., Ashley Feldman, R.N., B.S.N., Maria Matuszczak, M.D. Selected among top 5 abstracts in SAM.
  • Poster - “Mid Aortic Syndrome: A rare cause of hypertension in children.”6th Annual TTUHSC Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Research Colloquium. SO Maiyegun, M.D., CS Moorthy, M.D., JS Plowden, M.D., R Abary, M.D., D Farah, M.D., D Chung, M.D., K Pant, M.D., A Akalonu, M.D.