Fairuz Mohammed, MPH is a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Minds Matter Concussion Research team at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention.
Fairuz Mohammed, MPH is a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Minds Matter concussion research team at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP). She supports the portfolio of concussion projects within the department, including studies focused on objective measurements in early concussion assessment. In her role, she coordinates and supervises concussion assessment activities with community partners. In the clinical setting, she conducts quality assurance measures for study protocols and conducts data management activities.
Prior to joining CIRP, Fairuz worked on research in support of children’s equity in education, health promotion, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) clinical care.
Fairuz’s research interests include health disparities, childhood injury prevention, health promotion, and social and behavioral interventions.
BS, University of Maryland University College (Social Science), 2015
MPH, George Washington University (Public Health), 2018
Graduate Certificate, University of Connecticut (Interdisciplinary Disability Studies in Public Health), In Progress
Clinical Research Coordinator II, Center for Injury Research and Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Member, American Public Health Association
Corwin DJ, McDonald CC, Arbogast KB, Mohammed FN, Metzger KB, Pfeiffer MR, Patton DA, Huber CM, Margulies SS, Grady MF, Master CL. Clinical and Device-based Metrics of Gait and Balance in Diagnosing Youth Concussion. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2020 Mar;52(3):542-548.