Suzanne Nevin currently works as a researcher investigating psychosocial impacts of paediatric neuro-genetic disease at the Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. She has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and is currently undertaking her PhD with the Collaboration on Genetic Epilepsies and Neuorgenetics Sydney Children's Hospital Network (CoGENes) and the Behavioural Sciences Unit (BSU). Her PhD is focused on enhancing current understanding and identifying the key features of the psychosocial support needs of families affected with severe neuro-developmental epilepsies, as well as developing evidence-based resources to improve psychological outcomes.
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.