Dr. Jaime Devine
Operational Fatigue and Performance
Institutes for Behavior Resources
United States of America
Jaime K. Devine, PhD is an associate scientist in Operational Fatigue and Performance at the Institutes for Behavior Resources (IBR) in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. IBR licenses the Fatigue Avoidance Scheduling Tool (FAST®) software, which utilizes the Sleep, Activity, Fatigue, and Task Effectiveness (SAFTE™) biomathematical model of fatigue.
Dr. Devine has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Biology from the George Washington University in Washington, DC. She earned her Masters and PhD in Neuroscience from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts and received a Certificate in Sleep Medicine from Harvard Medical School as a member of the Human Sleep and Inflammatory Systems Laboratory. She studied sleep behavior in United States Soldiers as a member of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Sleep Research Center and Operation Research Team.
She specializes in actigraphy and consumer sleep technologies, sleep in real-world and operational environments, and the interaction between sleep and health outcomes. She is active in the Association of Women in Science, 500 Women Scientists, and Mothers in Science advocacy groups. She is a mother of two. Her husband is a stay-at-home father. Dr. Devine joined the GEF taskforce to ensure that anyone who wants to pursue a career in science has the support that they need to do so. The keen observer will notice that Jaime is not European.