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Melanie J. Bonner, Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of the Practice and Associate Professor of Surgery and Member of Duke Cancer Institute

Melanie J. Bonner
Contact Info:
Office Location: 
Office Phone:  (919) 681-0024
Email Address:   send me a message
Web Page:   http://duke.box.com/BonnerCV

Teaching (Spring 2018):

  • Psy 744.01, Clinical practicum Synopsis
    Social sciences 109, W 01:25 PM-03:00 PM
  • Psy 754s.01, Clinical assessment Synopsis
    Soc/psych 319, M 10:05 AM-12:35 PM
Education:

Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral FellowshipDuke University Medical Center1996
Ph.D.Virginia Polytech Institute and State University1995
M.S. in PsychologyVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University1992
B.S. in PsychologyVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University1989
Specialties:

Clinical Psychology
Research Interests:

My research program is focused on neurocognitive assessment and intervention in children with chronic illness. Current projects include: 1) cognitive rehabilitation interventions in children with cancer and with sickle cell disease; 2) understanding the impact of child chronic illness on caregivers 3)) evaluation of quality of life factors in children with chronic illness. Please see my Scholars@Duke profile for publications and other information

Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Allen, TM; Anderson, LM; Rothman, JA; Bonner, MJ (2017). [Formula: see text]Executive functioning and health-related quality of life in pediatric sickle cell disease.. Child Neuropsychology, 23(8), 889-906. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Schreiber, JE; Palmer, SL; Conklin, HM; Mabbott, DJ; Swain, MA; Bonner, MJ; Chapieski, ML; Huang, L; Zhang, H; Gajjar, A (2017). Posterior fossa syndrome and long-term neuropsychological outcomes among children treated for medulloblastoma on a multi-institutional, prospective study.. Neuro-Oncology, 19(12), 1673-1682. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Gallentine, WB; Shinnar, S; Hesdorffer, DC; Epstein, L; Nordli, DR; Lewis, DV; Frank, LM; Seinfeld, S; Shinnar, RC; Cornett, K; Liu, B; Moshé, SL; Sun, S; FEBSTAT Investigator Team, (2017). Plasma cytokines associated with febrile status epilepticus in children: A potential biomarker for acute hippocampal injury.. Epilepsia, 58(6), 1102-1111. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Willard, VW; Allen, TM; Hardy, KK; Bonner, MJ (2017). Social functioning in survivors of pediatric brain tumors: Contribution of neurocognitive and social-cognitive skills. Children's Health Care, 46(2), 181-195. [doi]
  5. Shashi, V; Pena, LDM; Kim, K; Burton, B; Hempel, M; Schoch, K; Walkiewicz, M; McLaughlin, HM; Cho, M; Stong, N; Hickey, SE; Shuss, CM; Undiagnosed Diseases Network, ; Freemark, MS; Bellet, JS; Keels, MA; Bonner, MJ; El-Dairi, M; Butler, M; Kranz, PG; Stumpel, CTRM; Klinkenberg, S; Oberndorff, K; Alawi, M; Santer, R; Petrovski, S; Kuismin, O; Korpi-Heikkilä, S; Pietilainen, O; Aarno, P; Kurki, MI; Hoischen, A; Need, AC; Goldstein, DB; Kortüm, F (2017). De Novo Truncating Variants in ASXL2 Are Associated with a Unique and Recognizable Clinical Phenotype.. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 100(1), 179. [doi]

Lindsay Anderson (graduate student)

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