Kayla Clark is a clinical research coordinator at the Penn Medicine Nudge Unit. She is currently working on the BE Mobile study and the statin project. BE Mobile aims to test the benefits of behavioral economic principles to increase mobility among inpatients in rehabilitation facilities. The statin project aims to utilize nudges to increase statin prescribing among primary care providers. Before joining the team, Kayla worked with the research team at the Penn Center for Community Health Workers.
Kayla holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Davidson College. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public health at the University of Pennsylvania.