Monica Zigman-Suchsland
Research Scientist 4


Monica Zigman Suchsland has worked as a Research Scientist with the Department of Family Medicine since 2014, first in the Sports Medicine Section and now in a dual role managing research studies within the Sports Medicine Section and the Research Section. She is also working on a PhD in epidemiology at the University of Washington.

Her current projects include developing a clinical quality measure for lung cancer diagnosis, exploring methodology for studying home tests for influenza, and evaluating concussion in NCAA athletes. Her previous work includes research projects in patient-centered outcomes of diagnostic imaging, ergonomics at the University of Washington School of Public Health, biomarkers and air pollution at Harvard University School of Public Health, and research in cognition and aging with the Framingham Heart Study.