Michael J. Corwin, M.D.

Michael Corwin

Senior Epidemiologist
Slone Epidemiology Center

Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Epidemiology
Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health



B.A., 1973, Northwestern University
M.D., 1977, Wayne State University School of Medicine

Resident: Pediatrics, 1977-1980,
SUNY Syracuse Health Sciences Center

Fellow: Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine, 1980-1982,
SUNY Syracuse Health Sciences Center

Research Interests:

Dr. Corwin’s research has been focused on the epidemiology and physiology of the sudden infant death syndrome.  He has been PI of the Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation (CHIME), the National Infant Sleep Position (NISP) surveys, the Study of Attitudes and Factors Effecting Infant Care (SAFE), and Social Media and Risk-reduction Training for Infant Care Practices (SMART).  Dr. Corwin also has been Co-Director of the Massachusetts Center for SIDS, Medical Director of the MCHB Program to Enhance Performance of SIDS/OID Initiatives, and has participated in the SIDS Global Strategy Working group and NICHD 5-Year SIDS Research Plan Committee.  Dr. Corwin has also conducted a large number of industry-sponsored studies directed at FDA approval of pharmaceuticals and medical devices and serves as a principal at Care-Safe.