Ms Susie Crossman

Research Impact & Knowledge Translation Officer

Susie works across all the The Centre for Capacity Research’s projects, supporting and liaising with academics, researchers and colleagues, to identify findings that can be further explored and/or shared more widely for the benefit of funders and implementers, and to further the knowledge base of the Centre.

Susie assists colleagues in drafting publications, policy briefs and is responsible for producing, updating and improving The Centre for Capacity Research’s communications and promotional material. In addition, Susie supports the implementation of research projects and The Centre for Capacity Research’s aim to ensure that The Centre for Capacity Research’s research translates into practice and improves health outcomes.

Susie has a BA (Hons.) in Human Geography from the University of Sheffield and is a PRINCE 2 Registered Practitioner. Having worked at LSTM for over 10 years, Susie was previously a Programme Coordinator for the “A•WOL: Anti-symbiotic treatment of Wolbachia” and “COUNTDOWN: Calling Time on Neglected Tropical Diseases” programmes.