Elizabeth works on an NIH/NCCIH funded study investigating the impact of several well-being interventions on the brain and body. She conducted initial screenings with potential study participants as well as full day scan visits for enrolled subjects. Her primary duties now are cleaning and processing the data from psychophysiology, behavior and self-report measures in preparation for analyses. Elizabeth is also the point person for questionnaires scoring and documentation, and she co-supervises a team of undergraduate research assistants.
Previously, Elizabeth worked as a field interviewer for several national academic survey research projects. Before that, she taught English in Thailand and worked as a PADI scuba instructor in Bali. Her degree in journalism is from Indiana University.
What does well-being mean to me?
“Having a good balance of social time and ‘me’ time, and feeling connected to nature and my communities.”
How do people experience emotions over a period of time and what does that say about their resilience and well-being?
Center scientists and collaborators examine the impact of well-being training.