The Center of Reproductive Medicine is thrilled to welcome Anupama S.Q. Kathiresan, MD, FACOG to our team of Houston fertility specialists!
Dr. Kathiresan will serve as our Director of Fertility Preservation and Patient Education. As a leader in the field of reproductive and fertility medicine, Dr. Kathiresan works tirelessly to provide patients with premium care and unparalleled results.
Patient education plays a key role in reproductive success. Patients need comprehensive details about optimizing their fertility, but in language they can understand. This is what Dr. Kathiresan and the entire staff of the Center of Reproductive Medicine offer. As the Director of Fertility Preservation, Dr. Kathiresan partners with patients to optimize their chances of a successful pregnancy. Fertility declines with age, and the Center of Reproductive Medicine wants to help patients balance their career and educational goals with the realities of diminishing fertility.
About Dr. Anu Kathiresan
Dr. Kathiresan offers patients personalized care, helping them make treatment decisions based on their individual needs, goals, and lifestyle. A native of the Atlanta, Georgia, suburb of Marietta, Dr. Kathiresan holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University. She attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, where she advocated to end health disparities. She was honored for this work with a national leadership award from the American Medical Association.
Dr. Kathiresan completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she was recognized for outstanding academic achievements. She went on to complete a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology at the University of California, Los Angeles. At every level of her education, Dr. Kathiresan excelled. Her academic achievements have earned her numerous awards.
Dr. Kathiresan has published research on a variety of topics. Her patients rely on her expertise in these areas, which include:
- Hysteroscopic Polypectomies
- Abnormal implantation
- Ovulation regulation
- Prognosis indicators for fertility treatments
- Male infertility
She has also given numerous presentations to her peers at various professional organizations.
Dr. Kathiresan exemplifies the Center of Reproductive Medicine’s commitment to service, and to helping our community. She is the recipient of four community service grants.
She has been repeatedly recognized by her peers with awards for her research. She is a 2014 recipient of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s Vivere Health Travel Grant, a 2011 recipient of the ASRM/SMRU Traveling Scholars Program, and many other awards in the field of reproductive medicine.
- Reproductive Endocrinology
- Harris County Medical Society
- Texas Medical Association
- Pacific Coast Reproductive Society
- American Society of Reproductive Medicine
- American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- American Medical Association
Dr. Kathiresan is committed to remaining up to date on clinical research and developments in the field of infertility medicine. She offers her patients cutting edge treatments and a compassionate ear. Her work with infertile individuals and couples has offered her invaluable experience, allowing her to make expert diagnoses, offer informed prognoses, and ensuring she is ceaselessly compassionate.
About the Center of Reproductive Medicine
The Center of Reproductive Medicine is committed to individualized, effective, compassionate care for individuals and couples struggling with infertility. Infertility changes lives and relationships. We understand this, and doggedly work to help our patients regain a sense of control -- even when their fertility future is uncertain.
We understand that our patients are more than just a collection of fertility statistics, and we provide comprehensive support at every stage of the process. We know that an educated patient has more power, and is better equipped to make sound fertility decisions. So we provide each patient with information tailored to their situation and their needs.
Infertility is a complex issue. It’s not something that will go away on its own, and it’s rarely cured with more waiting, supplements, or minor dietary changes. We urge people struggling with infertility to seek help today. Fertility diminishes with time, so waiting only lowers the chances of a pregnancy.
Many couples struggling with infertility think that in vitro fertilization (IVF) is the only option. But experts like Dr. Kathiresan and the rest of the amazing team at the Center of Reproductive Medicine specialize in a spectrum of fertility treatments, including many that are non-invasive and surprisingly affordable.
You don’t have to face this alone. Let the Center of Reproductive Medicine help you navigate the choppy waters of infertility.