Prof. Dr. med. Corinna Peter

is a specialist for pediatrics and adolescent medicine with a focus on neonatology.

She studied human medicine in Hanover and Munich and received her doctorate in neonatology at the LMU Munich. She completed her training and further training as a pediatrician and neonatologist at the Pediatric Clinic of the Hanover Medical School.

Her clinical focus lies in the field of premature infants and neonatal intensive care.

She is trained as an instructor for Neonatal Life Support (NLS) and European Pediatric Life Support (EPLS) within the European Resuscitation Consil (ERC).  

She received funding from the MHH's HILF program (Hochschulinterne Leistungsförderung) and habilitated in 2003 on "Diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux in premature infants using multiple intraluminal impedance measurement".

Her scientific activities are related to the performance of clinical studies in premature infants, e.g. in the field of respiratory regulation disorders. Furthermore, she supports the participation of the MHH in various multicenter studies (e.g. German Neonatal Network, MUC Fire study, PRIMAL study, FiO2 study).

From 2004-2017 she was assistant to the first chairperson of the Society for Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine (GNPI) and served on the board of the GNPI.

She is the quality management officer of the department and is involved in the certification of the neonatology (Perizert) and TÜV certification of the department.      

She is a member of the Society for Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine (GNPI), the German Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine (DGKJ) and the German Association of Universities (DHV).