Dr. Seethram is a Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Dr Seethram is a Regional Division Head of Gynecology of the Fraser Health Authority. In this capacity, his primary interest is system re-design to improve the delivery of health services. Dr. Seethram is the chair of the Genetics Special Interest Group, Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society. 

Dr. Seethram completed his MD and Specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Alberta. He has extensive ultrasound background and training, and is focused in First Trimester Ultrasound for genetic abnormalities, as accredited by Fetal Medicine Foundation. In addition to his clinical duties, Dr. Seethram is also active in the British Columbia Medical Association. In addition, he is the co-chair of both the Specialist Services Committee, and the Shared Care Committee which work in concert with the Ministry of Health to deliver practice changing programs.

Dr. Seethram works at Pacific Centre for Reproductive Medicine (PCRM). His practice is a combination of IVF, fertility medicine and treatment, prenatal genetics, and First Trimester ultrasound.


Dr. Seetherm is one of the teaching faculty members providing clinical exposure and training to OBGYN residents and GREI fellows at PCRM.


Crosley, E. J., Durland, U., Seethram, K., MacRae, S., Gruslin, A., & Christians, J. K. (2014). First-Trimester Levels of Pregnancy-Associated Plasma Protein A2 (PAPP-A2) in the Maternal Circulation Are Elevated in Pregnancies That Subsequently Develop Preeclampsia.  Reproductive Sciences, 21(6):654-760