Suzanne M. Bronheim, PhD

Child/Developmental Psychologist

Dr. Suzanne Bronheim is a psychologist whose research helps serve children with chronic illness and disabilities and families who have experienced the sudden and unexpected death of an infant. Aspects of her research include: investigating the emotional and psychological well-being of children with chronic illnesses and learning and physical disabilities; discovering how communities can provide family-friendly and well organized services to children and families; and learning how both physical and mental health care can be provided in a way that respects the cultural and language needs of families.  Dr. Bronheim collaborates with members of the Fisher Center on research regarding family communication of cancer susceptibility genetic testing results.