Jamie Guined currently serves as an Exercise Scientist within the Exercise Physiology Laboratory at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Jamie conducts and supports physiologic, medical requirements, and human performance testing and research of International Space Station crew members in all phases of training and flight. Jamie and her colleagues also conduct countermeasures research at the NASA Flight Analogs Research Unit. Prior to coming to Johnson Space Center, Jamie served as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Medical Fitness Director at a regional hospital where she worked with patients and clients at every stage along the wellness spectrum. Jamie has also served as a part-time faculty member for Darton State College, and currently serves as a science faculty member for the University of Phoenix.
Jamie holds a Bachelors in Exercise Science/Wellness, a Masters in Health & Physical Education, and a Masters in Business Administration, all from Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia. During her time at NASA, she has won several group and individual achievement awards for her work on various mission-related and research projects.
"I am very honored to be a part of the Mars One Advisory Team. Since childhood I have held a passion for human spaceflight and exploration, and determined from very early on that I would one day become involved with furthering the science that makes human spaceflight possible. I am happy and extremely excited to assist the Mars One team with making the dream of establishing a human presence on Mars a reality."