Mark Brody MD, CPI

Mark Brody MD, CPI

Mark Brody MD, CPI

Principal Investigator

Dr. Mark Brody is President and Founder of Brain Matters Research, one of the largest private clinical research facilities in the country specializing in Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis, treatment and research. He is a nationally recognized expert in both Alzheimer’s Disease and stroke, as well as the Principal Investigator in numerous clinical trials seeking to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s. He is in private practice in Delray Beach specializing in memory disorders and stroke prevention. He is one of a small group of neurologists whose career spans an academic practice, clinical practice, as well as clinical research.

A former Professor of Neurology at University of California, San Diego, and Stroke Program Director at Scipps, La Jolla, he eventually relocated to Palm Beach County in 1995. He was the founding Director of the Acute Interventional Stroke Program at Bethesda Memorial Hospital, where he and his team conducted acute stroke clinical trials seeking to optimize the “time-to-treatment” and outcomes for stroke victims.

Dr. Brody is diligently partnering with physician practices in the community to advance early detection of Alzheimer’s Disease at the primary care level. Through free evaluations and community lectures, he has increased public awareness of clinical trial opportunities – bringing us closer to the cure for this devastating disease.

Dr. Brody is author of Brain Matters – The Prevention of Alzheimer’s, Aging and Stroke. (You may download this PDF version for free). All volunteers receive a hard copy of the book for participating.) He appeared with Dr. Oz in 2013 presenting current research trends and opportunities in the prevention of Alzheimer’s. He is currently working on his next project producing a humorous, but informative, look at the aging process, integrating local experts speaking on current topics and trends.



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