Center of Innovation for Complex Chronic Healthcare
Katie Suda, PharmD, MS
Dr. Suda received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Drake University and a Master’s in epidemiology at the University of Tennessee. Post-doctoral training includes a pharmacy practice residency at Baptist Memorial Medical Center and an infectious diseases and outcomes research fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Suda is a Research Health Scientist with the Center of Innovation for Complex Chronic Healthcare at the Department of Veterans Affairs and an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy. In addition to past experience as an administrator of drug use policy at a health system and center director, Dr. Suda has also held professional leadership roles and has experience as a pharmacist practicing inter-professionally in hospital and community pharmacy. As a pharmacist with additional training in health outcomes and epidemiology, Dr. Suda’s research interest is pharmacoepidemiology and how medications affect public health. Dr. Suda has received funding from federal and non-federal sources has written more than one hundred articles in the professional literature and presented more than one hundred papers/speeches locally, nationally and internationally. Honors include awards for her teaching and research..