Dr Sandie Bohin joined the MSG in 2009 from University Hospitals Leicester where she was Head of Neonatology.
She did a science degree at Southampton University, before undertaking her medical training at Bristol University then going on to train in paediatrics at The Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Bristol. She was a Paediatric Registrar in Nottingham and conducted a two-year study in perinatal epidemiology at the University of Leicester.
Dr Bohin is a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatricians and a member of the Neonatal Society and the British Association of Perinatal Medicine.
Her interests include neonatology, infant feeding problems, follow up of high risk neonates, child protection work and paediatric cardiology. She also undertakes expert medico-legal work for the UK National Crime Agency and for HM Coroner in the UK.
In 2019, she spent her sabbatical as a volunteer consultant neonatologist for the charity Newborns Vietnam, in Hanoi, providing crucial training for doctors and nurses to significantly reduce neonatal mortality.
“Seeing children recover and providing family-centred care are the most fulfilling aspects of my role.”
Outside work, Dr Bohin enjoys keeping active and spends her leisure time running and sea swimming, and skiing when on holiday. She also loves going to live music events, collecting Georgian samplers, and beekeeping.