Sabrina Carrié, MD FRCPC Pediatric Anesthetist and Chronic Pain Physician

Pediatric Anesthesia, Chronic Pain Service
Fun fact about me 

I grew up dancing ballet, modern and jazz. I was also a dance teacher for kids.

I love working with children and their families because 
Children are full of life , curiosity, desire to learn and explore. They are so much fun! They always remind us of the simple joys of life.

Hospital information

Academic appointments 

Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesia, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University

Other appointments 

Department of Pediatric Anesthesia Off Service Fellow/Resident Coordinator



Boston University Sargent School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology (BS), September 2002 - May 2006

Medical Degree 

Harvard Medical School, Doctor of Medicine (MD) August 2006- May 2010


McGill University

· Anesthesia Residency, McGill University Health Center, September 2012-January 2016

· Certified in Anesthesiology by the Royal College of Physicians of Canada, June 2015

Harvard University

· Transitional Year Resident, Cambridge Health Alliance, June 2010-June 2011

· Anesthesia Resident, Massachusetts General Hospital, August 2011-August 2012


Harvard University

· Pediatric Pain Medicine Fellowship, Boston Children’s Hospital, August 2017-July 2018

University of Pittsburgh

· Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, August 2016-July 2017


Research interests 

Acute and Chronic Pain in Children, Interventional Procedures for Pain Relief Perioperative Care of Children, Procedural Sedation and Analgesia

Selected publications 

Carrié S., MD Anderson A. PhD, MD Volatile Anesthetics for Status Asthmaticus in Pediatric Patients: A comprehensive review and case series. Pediatric Anesthesia. May 2015. 25(5): 460-7

Carrié S. MD Sager MD. Approach to Evaluation and Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain in Children and Adolescents. Society of Pediatric Pain Medicine. Winter 2019 Newsletter

Carrié S. MD. Drug Shortages and Impact on Our Health Care System. Society of Pediatric Pain Medicine. Summer 2018 Newsletter

Montreal Children's Hospital