Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Fairuz Mohammed, MPH

Fairuz Mohammed - CIRP CHOP
Clinical Research Coordinator II

Fairuz Mohammed, MPH joined the Center in July 2017 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. She currently works with the CIRP concussion team in supporting the portfolio of concussion projects within the department, including studies focused on objective measurements in early concussion assessments. In her role, she coordinates concussion assessment activities with community partners and in the clinical setting.

Prior to joining CHOP, Fairuz worked on research in support of children's equity in education, health promotion, and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) clinical care.

Fairuz holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Science from the University of Maryland University College, and a Master of Public Health from the George Washington University.

Fairuz can be reached by email at

Research Interests

Childhood injury prevention, Health Disparities, Disability health, Health Promotion, and Social and Behavioral Interventions


Objective Measures for Concussion, and Improving Pediatric Concussion Management projects