Lee D. Cranberg, MD Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

Contact this Expert Witness

  • Company: Harvard Medical School
  • Phone: (617) 413-6155
  • Cell: (617) 413-6155
  • Fax: 617-890-6892
  • Website: www.Neurologist.info

Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Neurology and Neuropsychiatry

Keywords/Search Terms:

Behavioral Neurology,Testamentary Capacity,Contested Wills,Financial Competency,Closed Head Injury,Traumatic Brain Injury,TBI,Brain Damage,Nerve Injury,Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy,Persistent Vegetative State,PVS,Life Expectancy,Lamictal,Seizures,Dementia,Alzheimer's,concussion,headache,stroke


MD, University of Iowa College of Medicine; Residency in Neurology, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics; Fellowship in Behavioral Neurology, Boston University and Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center; B.A., Washington University in St. Louis

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Additional Information

Award-winning Neurologist. Harvard Medical School faculty. Clinical experience in both inpatient and outpatient care. Board Certified. Fellowship training and extensive experience in Behavioral Neurology – that branch of neurology that focuses on brain conditions, including dementia, that change a person's behavior or intellect. Has treated 1,000+ patients with dementia (usually due to Alzheimer's Disease). Past President of the Boston Society of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neurosurgery. Boston Magazine Top Doctor (Neurology), 2017. Former Director of Neurology at Head Injury rehabilitation facility. Highly experienced expert witness. Has reviewed over 250 cases and testified in dozens of depositions and trials. Expert-witness assignments have involved death, catastrophic injury cases, testamentary capacity, financial competency, personal injury, medical malpractice, and criminal cases. Experience includes spine injury, head trauma, seizure disorder, epilepsy, headaches, post-concussion syndrome, Parkinson's Disease, anoxia, anoxic encephalopathy, Lance-Adams Syndrome, Lamictal/Stevens-Johnson Syndrome