Brian S. Sussman, CCRC
Senior Staff Neuropsychometrician
Certified Clinical Research Coordinator
Mr. Brian Sussman is a certified clinical research coordinator (CCRC) and serves as the senior staff neuropsychometrician at Boston Center for Memory (BCM).
In his role as a neuropsychometrician, Brian administers neuropsychological assessment batteries in our clinical practice for our diagnostic evaluations and follow up care. Brian provides training and oversight to less experienced clinical neuropsychometricians and ensures quality control within test standardization and administration. He is also certified to administer neuropsychological assessments used as outcome measures in clinical research trials to assess changes in cognition and function.
In his role as a clinical research coordinator, he manages Phase II and Phase III trials investigating diagnostic instruments and pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's disease. Brian is a certified clinical research coordinator (CCRC) through the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP).
Brian began his career at BCM as a neuropsychology extern volunteering with extensive training to administer neuropsychological instruments used in clinical practice and research in Alzheimer’s disease.
Prior to joining BCM, Mr. Sussman was a neuropsychology research assistant at the Vision and Cognition Laboratory where he worked on studies that focused on the visuospatial deficits of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. He also has prior experience assisting with programming at an assisted living community.
Brian graduated from Boston University with a dual Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Psychology. He has dedicated his professional career on healthy aging and the neuropsychology of neurodegenerative diseases.