Margaret M. Mannix Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Clinician Educator, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Clinician Educator

Dr. Mannix is a pediatric psychologist who works primarily with children and families who have both medical issues and psychological concerns. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology (with a specialization in Health Psychology) from Yeshiva University in 2009. She completed an internship in Child Clinical Psychology at the Franciscan Hospital for Children, and a fellowship in Pediatric Psychology at Brown Medical School in 2010. She currently provides clinical services to the Hasbro Partial Hospital Program and The Tomorrow Fund, Hasbro's pediatric hematology/oncology clinic.  Dr. Mannix participates in the training of interns, residents, and fellows in psychology, psychiatry, and pediatrics. Her primary research interest is coping with chronic illness, especially pediatric cancer.

Brown Affiliations

research overview

Child and parent coping and adjustment in chronic illness, quality of life in pediatric cancer.