Suzanne Danhauer


Suzanne Danhauer, PhD, is a tenured professor and vice chair in the department of social sciences and health policy at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Since 2019, Suzanna has been the first director of faculty well-being and resilience in the office of faculty affairs. In 2022, she was appointed the director of the Center for Integrative Medicine. Suzanne is a clinical health psychologist with a clinical background in behavioral medicine and research background in cancer survivorship. She has studied yoga for cancer survivors and older adults with elevated worry. She is also a site principal investigator for a new study that will compare yoga and behavioral activation for adults with depressive symptoms, as well as a Gallup-certified strengths coach. She previously directed career and leadership development programs for women faculty.