Caitlin McDonald is a research project manager working on projects focused on preventive screenings and population health. In this role, she manages various studies that leverage behavioral economics principles and technology to improve patient engagement, care delivery, and population health outcomes. Currently, her work focuses on the implementation of two large NIA-funded multi-site R33 grants that aim to improve breast cancer screenings and flu vaccination uptake, particularly among those at high-risk for noncompliance, to help address gaps in care. Caitlin holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology with a minor in psychology from Fairfield University. She works with Dr. Shivan Mehta.