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Kara B. Markham, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

Obstetrics & Gynecology | College of Medicine

  • Master's Degree: The Ohio State University (Bioethics)
  • Fellowship: The Ohio State University (Maternal Fetal Medicine )
  • Residency: The Ohio State University
  • Medical Degree: University of Michigan School of Medicine
  • Bachelor's Degree: Denison University (Biology)
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Maternal-Fetal Medicine) (Certification Date: 2014-04-09) - (Recertification Date: 2023-12-31)
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Certification Date: 2012-12-07) - (Recertification Date: 2023-12-31)


Maternal and Fetal Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology

Contact Information

Clinical Interests

Gestational Diabetes

Maternal and Fetal Medicine

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Cervical insufficiency

Fetal growth restriction

Genetic abnormalities

Heart disease in pregnancy

Periviable birth

Preterm Labor

Twin Pregnancy

Twin to twin transfusion syndrome

Peer Reviewed Publications

Forde, Braxton; Lim, Foong-Yen; McKinney, David N; Habli, Mounira; Markham, Kara B; Hoffman, Mallory; Tabbah, Sammy; Oria, Marc; Peiro, Jose L 2023. Association of amnioinfusion volume at the time of surgery for twin-twin transfusion syndrome and latency to delivery. Prenatal diagnosis, 43 9, 1239-1246

Lee, Alan J; Leonard, Anthony; Markham, Kara B 2022. Fetal and Neonatal Reticulocyte Count Response to Intrauterine Transfusion for the Treatment of Red Blood Cell Alloimmunization. Journal of pediatric hematology/oncology, ,

Moise KJ Jr, Hashmi SS, Markham K 2019. . Cell free fetal DNA to triage antenatal rhesus immune globulin: Is it really cos-effective in the United States? Prenat Diagn , 39 (3):, 238

Stetson B, Scrape S, Markham KB 2017. Anti-M alloimmunization: Management and outcome at a single institution. AJP Rep , 7 , e205-210

Markham KB, Scrape SR, Prasad M, Rossi KQ, O’Shaughnessy RW 2016. Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to intravenous drug use AJP Rep, 6 , e129-32

Markham KB, Rossi KQ, Nagaraja HN, O’Shaughnessy RW 2015. Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to multiple maternal antibodies Am J Obstet Gynecol , 2123 68, e1-5

Markham KB, Walker H, Lynch CD, Iams JD 2014. Preterm birth rates in a prematurity prevention clinic after adoption of progestin prophylaxis Obstet Gynecol, 123 1, 34-39