Daniel Corsi, PhD


Dr. Corsi is an Epidemiologist with BORN Ontario, Scientist at the CHEO Research Institute and Assistant Professor with the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa. He received his PhD in Health Research Methodology (Population & Public Health) from McMaster University (2012).  Dr. Corsi has expertise in multilevel methods for studying population health. His research focuses on populations around the globe and across the life-course; it fits broadly into the following themes: 1) intergenerational links between social disadvantage and poor health; 2) social inequalities in morbidity, mortality, and risk factors for cardiovascular disease and other outcomes across the lifecourse; 3) population health research methods including multilevel modelling, epidemiological designs to improve causal inference, measurement of environmental exposures, and methods of anthropometric and biomarker assessment.