Dr. Corriere's prospective research focuses understanding the values of an individual patient and applying this information to shared treatment decisions for peripheral artery disease. He also conducts research evaluating clinical outcomes, patient risk stratification, and imaging for arterial and venous disease. Dr. Corriere has been a guest researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and serves as chief medical advisor to the Vascular Cures Foundation for Project VOICE, a digital health platform for patients with peripheral artery disease. He has received research support from the Vascular Cures Foundation, the Society for Vascular Surgery Foundation, the Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society, and the American Heart Association. His affiliations at the University of Michigan include the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine, the Biosocial Methods Collaborative, and the Institute for Health Policy and Innovation.