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Angelica Medrano
Angelica Medrano
Former Research Coordinator, Center for Healthy Minds

1300 Linden Drive, RM 4166 Madison, WI 53706

Angelica was a research coordinator for Charles Raison at the Center for Healthy Minds and UW–Madison School of Human Ecology. Prior to coming to the UW–Madison, Angelica worked as Raison's research coordinator at the University of Arizona, where she coordinated study visits for his Whole Body Hyperthermia studies. Prior to joining Raison's lab, she was an RA in a sleep lab and a social psychology lab.

Angelica plans to go to graduate school in the future to obtain a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. She is interested in mood disorders and psychotic disorders. Outside of work, Angelica likes to watch YouTube, read and cuddle with Booger (her cat).


B.A., Psychology, Minor, Philosophy, University of Arizona

SOCRA Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP)

What does well-being mean to me?

"Well-being to me means having satisfaction in the various aspects of life. I believe having gratitude, savoring the little things, living in the present and having activities that result in flow contribute to an individual's overall well-being."


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