Suzanne Nevin is Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Discipline of Paediatrics, School of Clinical Medicine, UNSW Medicine & Health and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Suzanne completed her has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and her PhD at the School of Clinical Medicine, University of New South Wales. Her PhD focussed on co-developing evidence-based positive psychology resources to improve psychosocial outcomes among families and children living with severe neurodevelopmental conditions.
Suzanne's research interests surround advancing clinical practice in complex childhood illnesses, with a particular focus on co-developing patient-centred resources for families and children living with rare genetic conditions.
2019 - 2023, University of New South Wales International Research Scholarship (TFS).
2019 - 2022, Luminesce Alliance - Innovation for Children's Health PhD Scholarship, funded by Paediatrio and the Office for Health and Medical Research, NSW Government.
2021 - 2022, Recipient of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network Early Career Researcher Award.
2021, Recipient of the UNSW School of Women’s and Children’s Health, Excellence in Higher Degree Research Award.