C. Adam Coridan, OMS IV
C. Adam Coridan, OMS IV, is an osteopathic medical student at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Dublin.
Before transitioning to a career in medicine, Coridan worked in state government as a budget/management analyst for the Ohio Office of Budget and Management. He also worked for the Ohio Department of Public Safety in roles managing budgets and analyzing the financial and political viability of programs.
He’s applied his background in public service to help advance public policy initiatives in health care. Recently he worked with osteopathic medical students to serve as advocates at all levels of government in his role as the National Political Affairs Director of the national Student Osteopathic Medical Association. Coridan also served as the student representative of the AOA’s Bureau of State Government Affairs, which recommends new policies on state initiatives.
Coridan received his bachelor’s degree in economics and political science at the Ohio State University in Columbus. As an undergrad, he participated in the Hansard Society Scholars Program at the London School of Economics where he completed an internship in the UK House of Commons and coursework in UK politics and public policy. He then earned a master’s degree in political science from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he served as a teaching assistant in the Department of Political Science.Back to Leadership