Elizabeth is a member of the data collection team working on an NIH/NCCIH funded study investigating the impact of well-being practices on the brain and body. She works with study participants in screening sessions as well as during full day scan visits capturing fMRI data, physiological and behavioral measures and participants’ self-report. Elizabeth also coordinates a team of undergraduate research assistants and acts as point person for the long-term meditator recruitment database.
Previously, Elizabeth taught English in Bangkok and scuba diving in Bali. She has a degree in journalism from Indiana University.
What does well-being mean to me?
“Feeling connected with people, animals and the world at large.”