Suzanne Danhauer

Suzanne Danhauer, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of social science and health policy at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in the division of public health sciences. She also holds a joint appointment in the School of Medicine’s department of internal medicine, in the hematology and oncology section. Suzanne is a clinical health psychologist whose work has investigated potential benefits of integrative medicine modalities, with an emphasis on symptom management, for cancer patients and post-treatment survivors. She has published two pilot studies on yoga for women with cancer. In 2008, she received a Research Scholar Award through Wake Forest’s Translational Science Institute for her project titled “Yoga during Breast Cancer Treatment: Establishing Community-Based Partnerships.”