Matthew R. Baldwin, MD, MS

Contact Information
212-305-6539
mrb45@columbia.edu

 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Dr. Baldwin attends on the Critical Care Services at The New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia. His research is focused on measuring frailty and body composition in elderly survivors of critical illness in order to identify and risk-stratify these patients for preventative, therapeutic, rehabilitative, and palliative interventions that seek to improve critical illness survivorship. Dr. Baldwin also collaborates with Dr. Lederer to study body composition and lung transplantation outcomes.

He was a Fullbright Scholar in Public Health and has won many awards for his academic and clinical excellence including the Doctor Durant Scholar and Doctor Charles Hamilton Award from Columbia and Physician of the Year at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Dr. Baldwin received his MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

 

Education & Training:
MD, 2004, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 
BS, 1999, Boston College

 

Honors and Awards:
2014, K23 Mentored Carrer Development Award from the National Institute on Aging
2013, KL2 Scholar Mentor Career Development Award
2009, New York Presbyterian Hospital Shining Star Employee
2008, Physician of the ear, Greater Baltimore Medical Center
2002, United States Fullbright Scholar (Public Health) 

 

Selected Publications:

Baldwin MR, Wunsch H, Reyfman PA, Narain WR, Blinderman CD, Schluger NW, Reid MC, Maurer MS, Goldstein N, Lederer DJ, Bach P. High burden of palliative needs among older ICU survivors transferred to post-acute care facilities: A single center study. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2013. Oct;10(5): 458-65. PMID: 23987743; PMCID: 3960912.
Baldwin MR, Narain WR, Wunsch H, Schluger NW, Cooke JT, Maurer MS, Rowe JW, Lederer DJ, Bach PB. A prognostic model for 6-month mortality in elderly survivors of critical illness. Chest. 2013;143(4):910-9. PMID: 23632902; PMCID: 3616685.

 

 

 

 

For more information, please see his Columbia University Medical Center page.