Michael Baden, an esteemed forensic pathologist, has been an integral part of Fox News since 2003, where he contributes as a medical, forensic, and investigative expert. In his role, Dr. Baden offers insightful analysis on various aspects of unnatural death and injury, encompassing homicide, suicide, accidents, and mass disasters such as multiple shootings, terrorist attacks, hurricanes, fires, and airplane crashes.
Prior to joining Fox News, Dr. Baden held the esteemed position of Chief Medical Examiner of New York City. His educational background includes a B.S. degree from the City College of New York and an M.D. degree from the NYU School of Medicine.
He further honed his expertise as the Chief Resident in Pathology at Bellevue Hospital and served as a medical examiner for New York City for an impressive 25 years. Subsequently, Dr. Baden served as the chief forensic pathologist for the New York State Police.
Throughout his illustrious career, Dr. Baden has been called upon to investigate numerous high-profile deaths and has provided expert testimony in numerous court cases. Notably, he served as the chairman of the House Select Committee on Assassinations Forensic Pathology Panel, leading investigations into the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In addition to his professional engagements, Dr. Baden has co-authored numerous scholarly articles and has authored five books, further solidifying his reputation as a distinguished figure in the field of forensic pathology.