Dr. Kristine Marmai

Associate Professor


Dr. Kristine Marmai completed medical school and an anesthesiology residency program at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. Dr. Marmai then completed a one-year fellowship in Obstetrical Anesthesiology at Western University.

In 2011, she joined the Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the London Health Sciences Centre as an Assistant Professor and a Member of the Obstetrical Anesthesia subspecialty group.

Dr. Marmai’s areas of interest include obstetrical anesthesia, quality assurance, and post-graduate education.

She coordinates and teaches case-based resident education sessions.

Honours and Awards

Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine Teaching Awards: 2018-19 Faculty Mentor of the Year


Antoniou A, Marmai K, Qasem F, Cherry R, Jones PM, Singh SI. Educating anesthesia residents to obtain and document informed consent for epidural labor analgesia: Does simulation play a role? Int J of Ob Anesth; 2017 Dec [epub ahead of print].

Vedagiri Sai R, Singh SI, Qasem F, Nguyen D, Dhir S, Marmai K, Adam R, Jones PM. Onset of labour epidural analgesia with low-dose bupivacaine and different doses of fentanyl. Anaesthesia. 2017 Nov;72(11):1371-1378.

Turkstra T, Marmai K, Armstrong KP, Kumar K, Singh SI. Preprocedural ultrasound assessment does not improve trainee performance of spinal anesthesia for obstetrical patients: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. 2017 Feb; 37: 21-24.

Singh SI, Rehou S, Marmai KL, Jones PM. The efficacy of 2 doses of epidural morphine for postcesarean delivery analgesia: a randomized noninferiority trial. Anesth Analg. 2013 Sep;117(3):677-85.

Singh S, Dhir S, Marmai K, Rehou S, Silva M, Bradbury C. Efficacy of ultrasound-guided transversus abdominis plane blocks for post-cesarean delivery analgesia: a double-blind, dose-comparison, placebo-controlled randomized trial. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2013 Jul;22(3):188-93.