Dates of Employment: March 2013 - July 2016
Chris served as an associate research specialist working for the National Institutes of Health/National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health-funded Well-Being Study, which aims to examine the impact of two well-being interventions on the brain and body.
His primary responsibilities included maintaining the study database, evaluating participant-provided inclusion/exclusion data, and running data collection sessions collecting psychophysiological, fMRI, and other behavioral measures.
He also worked on the Games and Well-Being study, which is studying the impact of games built to improve attention and emotion recognition in an adolescent population.
Chris will be moving to the Denver, CO area to pursue other personal and professional goals.
Understanding the Mechanisms of Well-Being Training in Adults with and without Asthma
Center scientists and collaborators examine the impact of well-being training.