Jessica Surdam MPH
Jessica Surdam, MPH, earned her Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Arizona in 2007 where she focused on family and child health.
Ms. Surdam has over 10 years of experience coordinating clinical, epidemiological and evaluation research. While at the University of Arizona, Ms. Surdam completed a retrospective research study on the impact of group prenatal care on breastfeeding duration. From 2007-2008 she was the Program Manager for Program Evaluation at the University of Arizona College of Public Health where she designed and implemented evaluation plans for the Arizona Department of Health’s chronic disease prevention programs. From 2010-2013, Ms. Surdam coordinated the Cuyahoga County research site of the National Children’s Study at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). She then moved on to an administrative position with Pediatric Pulmonology at CWRU where she provided multi-institution proposal development for collaborative research. From 2016-2019, Ms. Surdam coordinated several behavioral oncology clinical trials in hematology/oncology at CWRU.
Ms. Surdam is proud to be a member of the multi-disciplinary team at the UH Connor Integrative Health Network and is excited to help build the science behind integrative medicine.
Education & Credentials
- Master’s Degree, Public Health, University of Arizona
- Bachelor of Arts Degree, Anthropology, University of New Hampshire