Dr. Suski’s clinical and research interests focus on Movement Disorders and their symptomatic management and neuroprotection in phase II and III trials. She established the UPMC Huntington’s disease (HDSA) Center of Excellence in 2015. This is a multidisciplinary clinic providing comprehensive care in the areas of neurology, psychiatry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, social work, genetic counseling, nutrition and clinical trials.
Education & Training
- DO, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic, Medicine
- Resident, Virginia Commonwealth University, Neurology
- Fellow, Duke University, Movement Disorders
Specialized Areas of Clinical, Research and/or Educational Interests
- Research: Movement Disorders, including Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease
- Clinical: Movement Disorders, Deep Brain Stimulator surgery evaluation and programming; Botulinum toxin evaluation and injections
- Education: Clinician-Educator
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Professional Organization Membership
- Member, Movement Disorders Society
- Member, American Academy of Neurology
- Member, American Osteopathic Association
Honors & Awards
- Pittsburgh Magazine “Top Doctors”
Selected Recent Publications
Yeh FC, Zaydan IM, Suski VR, Lacomis D, Richardson RM, Maroon JC, Barrios-Martinez J. Differential tractography as a track-based biomarker for neuronal injury. Neuroimage. 15 November 2019.
Lee P, Weiner G, Corson D, Kappel J, Yue-Fang C, Suski V, Berman S, Homayoun H, Van Laar A, Crammond D, and Richardson M. Outcomes of interventional-MRI versus microelectrode recording-guided subthalamic deep brain stimulation. Front. Neurol. 11 April 2018.