Bramilee Dhayanandhan received her MA and Ph.D. in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. She had formerly received her Bachelor’s degree from McGill University. Bramilee’s research is embedded in an ecological-transactional framework, and focuses on predictors of resilience among parent-child dyads vulnerable to psychopathology. Her Master’s thesis examined factors that mitigate the risk for infant and child maltreatment among adolescent mothers exposed to cumulative adversity. She is passionate about community-based research, and works towards fostering resilience and promoting healthy relationships among high-risk mother-child dyads. Bramilee's research was funded through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada Graduate Scholarship.