Dr. Kuriakose grew up in New York and went to Stony Brook University, where she studied Anthropology and also earned her medical degree. She completed her residency and fellowship training at New York University and went on to pursue an advanced fellowship year for cardiac imaging at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. She has a special interest in 3D echocardiography, customized 3D printing for pre-surgical planning in complex heart disease, 4D Cardiac MRI and cardiac CT. She previously worked in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she served as Section Chief of Cardiac Imaging at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. She now brings her advance cardiac imaging expertise to the Woodlands, to further Texas Children’s Hospital’s goal of providing the most comprehensive and accessible cardiac care for pediatric and adult congenital patients throughout Texas. Having worked with so many communities throughout the country and abroad, Dr. Kuriakose understands that each family has its own unique needs, struggles and goals. She strives to provide individualized, personal care, as she truly believes that the best outcomes can be achieved through strong partnerships, transparency and passionate advocacy for her patients and their families.
Congenital heart disease, childhood acquired heart disease, cardiac MRI and CT, stress MRI, ventricular septal defects, double outlet right ventricle, coronary artery anomalies, atrial septal defects, arrhythmias, single ventricle treatment, hypoplastic left heart syndrome, Fontan, truncus arteriosus, tetralogy of Fallot, complete AV canal, aortic arch anomalies, bicuspid aortic valve, chest pain, family history of congenital heart disease
Advanced cardiac imaging technologies, applications of cardiac imaging in surgical planning, quality improvement initiatives