- Doctoral Student
Danielle Clark researches the effects of mass media campaigns and routine exposure to health messages in the media on health behaviors. She is also interested in developing culturally sensitive communication interventions to improve health disparities.
Danielle Clark is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania focusing on health communication. Clark researches the effects of mass media campaigns and routine exposure to health messages in the media on health beliefs and behaviors. She is also interested in evaluating and developing culturally sensitive communication interventions to improve health disparities related to tobacco and addictive substance use prevention and treatment.
Prior to Annenberg, Clark received her B.S. in Communication from Cornell University, where she studied the effects of exposure to contradictory dietary health information in the media.
- B.S., Cornell University, 2018
“Strengthened Belief in Vaccine Effectiveness Predicted Increased COVID-19 Vaccination Intention and Behaviour: Results From a Nationally Representative Longitudinal Survey of U.S. Adults From July 2020 to April/May 2021.” Vaccine, 2022.
“Confusion and Nutritional Backlash from News Media Exposure to Contradictory Information about Carbohydrates and Dietary Fats.” Public Health Nutrition, 2019.
Annenberg Presentations and Events at ICA 2023
The International Communication Association will hold its 73rd annual conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.