Faculty Summaries
Suzanne M. Miller, PhD
Suzanne M. Miller, PhD
Professor
  • Director, Psychosocial and Biobehavioral Medicine Program
  • Director, Behavioral Center of Excellence in Breast Cancer
  • Director, Intervention Development and Measurement Core of the Cancer Information Service Research Consortium
  • Professor, Cancer Prevention and Control Program
  • Director, Behavioral Research Facility
Suzanne.Miller@fccc.edu
Office Phone: 215-728-4069
Fax: 215-214-1651
Office: P4149
Suzanne M. Miller, PhD, Principal Investigator

Education

  • BS, Psychology, McGill University, (First Class Honours), 1972
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of London, Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital , 1976

Honors

  • Fellow, American Psychological Association; Society of Behavioral Medicine
  • Recipient, Cancer Information Service Atlantic Region Award for Partners in Research
  • Recipient, Cancer Control Award, American Cancer Society
  • Member, Board of Directors, American Psychosocial Oncology Society
  • Member, Executive Committee, American Society of Preventive Oncology
  • Recipient of the Society of Behavioral Medicine Cancer SIG Outstanding Senior Scientist Award
  • Recipient, Marie Edna Funk Donor Funds for Survivorship Research
  • Recipient of the Society of Behavioral Medicine C. Tracy Orleans Distinguished Service Award

Curriculum Vitae or Biographical Sketch

Anuli Njoku, DrPH, MPH, Psychosocial and Behavioral Medicine Program
Anuli Njoku, DrPH, MPH

Research Interests

Dr. Njoku is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Cancer Prevention and Control Program. Her research interests include health disparities in cancer prevention and control, sociocultural and behavioral aspects of public health, and community-based research, with an emphasis on special populations, including low-income and minority populations. She is currently working within the Psychosocial and Behavioral Medicine Core on a NIH-funded randomized controlled trial of an online multimedia program to boost coping and function for prostate cancer survivors.  She is also a Postdoctoral Fellow on a Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research recommended by the NCI for funding.  The goal of the proposed supplement is to conduct qualitative research using focus group methodology to collect data on the unique psycho-social and quality of life challenges faced by African-American prostate cancer survivors and their spouses/partners at the end of active treatment.

Contact Information

Room: P4141 Phone: 215-728-5893 Email: anuli.njoku@fccc.edu Top
John Scarpato, MA, Project Manager, Psychosocial and Biobehavioral Medicine Program
John Scarpato, MA

Education

Research Interests

Contact Information

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Tanisha Belton, MPH, Health Educator, Psychosocial and Behavioral Medicine Program
Tanisha Belton, MPH

Research Interests

Contact Information

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Gem Roy, MD, Research Study Assistant, Psychosocial and Behavioral Medicine Program
Gem Roy, MD

Research Interests

Contact Information

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Mary Anne Ryan, Administrative Assistant
Mary Anne Ryan

Contact Information

Room: 4th Floor Phone: 215-728-5296 Email: MaryAnne.Ryan@fccc.edu Top