Corrie Chumpitazi

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Dr. Corrie Chumpitazi is Professor of Pediatrics at Duke School of Medicine board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She is Division Chief of Emergency Medicine and co-manages the Sedation Unit. She has served as the site principal investigator (PI) for the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) for several pain-related clinical trials, where she serves on the PECARN Pain and Sedation Committee. She has written several pain and sedation textbook chapters, evidence-based guidelines, and has published over 50 research articles. She serves on the Society for Pediatric Sedation Board of Directors and as the the immediate simulation provider course chair for the past decade. She is part of the executive core and a site PI for the Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Innovation and Improvement Center with focus on Knowledge Management and Research as well as for the Pediatric Pandemic Network. She is co-chair of the national EMSC Scholar Development Program,and serves on the executive board of the AAP Section of Emergency Medicine Women in PEM subcommittee. She additionally serves on the executive board of the Academy of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Chumpitazi received a Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry from DePauw University, medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, completed her pediatric residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and her pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. She additionally received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research from the University of Texas Health Science Center.