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Specialty

Pulmonary

Language(s) Spoken

English; Spanish

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

July 2011

Accepting New Patients?

Yes

​​​​Profess​​ional Background 

After completing a Bachelor of Science in chemistry at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La. in 1998, Dr. Kuhl completed her doctorate of medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2005. ​She continued her medical training at Baylor College of Medicine, where she completed her residency in Internal Medicine in 2008, and Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care fellowship in 2011.

Professional A​​ssociations

Dr. Kuhl is a fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians, American Thoracic Society, Society of Critical Care Medicine and the American Medical Association.

Hobbies and Interests

When she’s not caring for patients, Dr. Kuhl is an avid reader. She likes to stay busy with her family and enjoys traveling, reading, playing volleyball and soccer, as well as dabbling in gardening.

​I treat my patients like family; with respect, courtesy and attention. By forming a close bond, we can truly work together as a team and improve their quality of life and health. I am an advocate for patients, educating them on their disease, their treatments and their options, so that they have the knowledge to make decisions that are best for them.

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​​​​​​​​​​​​By Phone

Our Contac​t Center is here to serve you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

713-442-0427​​​​
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Awards & Recognitions

​​​Publications

Dr. Kuhl contributed to the following publications:
  • D. Ribardo, K. Kuhl, I. Boldogh, J. Peterson, C. Houston, A. Chopra. Early Cell signaling by the cytotoxic enterotoxin of Aeromonas hydrophila in macrophages.  Microbial Path, 32: 149-163; 2002.
  • D. Ribardo, K. Kuhl, J. Peterson, A. Chopra.  Role of Melittin-like Region within Phospholipase A2-Activating Protein in Biological Function.  Toxicol 40: 519-526; 2002.
  • D. Ribardo, S. Crowe, K. Kuhl, J. Peterson, A. Chopra.  Prostaglandin levels in stimulated macrophages are controlled by phospholipase A2-Activating protein and by activation of phospholipase C and D.  J. Biol. Chem 276:5467-5475; 2001.