Sarah Fisher, MS
- Clinical Research Coordinator, Osher Center for Integrative Health
Year I started working at the Osher Center
Why I enjoy being part of the Osher Center team
My undergraduate degrees were in Psychology and Predictive Health from Emory University, and I have always been interested in topics integrating physical and mental health and well-being. I previously worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator both within and outside of the Osher Center, prior to leaving for graduate school in 2020, and I am excited to be back working with Dr. Patterson on her new mindfulness trial for individuals with rheumatoid arthritis. I look forward to my continued growth as both a person and researcher with such a wonderful organization and group of people.
Studies I work on
Defining stress REsilience And Mindfulness Effects in Rheumatoid arthritis (DREAMER) study