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Jane Sachs
Jane Sachs
Research Program Manager, Center for Healthy Minds

Jane is a Research Program Manager for both the Children and Well-Being Program Area, and the Well-Being Study. She oversees projects that promote well-being in children, parents and teachers through mindfulness-based training. She also manages the NIH/NCCIH funded Well-Being Study, which investigates the impacts of well-being interventions on the brain and the body.

Education

B.A., Psychobiology and B.A., Sociology & Anthropology, Swarthmore College

M.B.E., Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania

M.P.H., Public Health, University of Wisconsin–Madison

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