Support for SCN2A and genetic epilepsy families

Support for SCN2A and genetic epilepsy families - Suzanne Nevin

Suzanne is passionate about supporting families with a rare epilepsy diagnosis. She presents her research and the wide array of resources she has developed.

Suzanne Nevin works as a researcher investigating psychosocial impacts of paediatric genetic disease at the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. She has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and is currently undertaking her PhD with the CoGENES team at the University of New South Wales. Her PhD is focused on co-developing evidence-based psychosocial resources to support families with genetic developmental epileptic encephalopathies (DEE).

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