B.A., 2018, Furman University
Kate Baule is a Program Coordinator in the Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) lab housed within the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development housed in the School of Public Health. In this role, Kate coordinates studies including Teen Well Check, an NIDA-funded program to prevent drug use, sexual assault, and sexual risk behaviors in adolescents.
Kate has a background in community-based participatory research and leveraging technology to increase access to healthcare. Before joining Georgia State, Kate worked as a Research Associate at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center. As a Research Associate, Kate helped to develop and implement application-based interventions to promote healthy behaviors in a variety of populations. Kate also worked individually with patients as a Behavioral Interventionist in the Pennington Diabetes Clinic.
Kate is passionate about reducing health disparities and making treatment more accessible in community settings. She is interested in multidisciplinary research focusing on adolescent health and LGBTQIA+ health.
Stewart, T.M., Kilpela, L., Wesley, N., Baule, K., & Becker, C. (in press). Psychometric properties of the Contextual Body Image Questionnaire for Athletes: A replication and extension study in female college athletes. Journal of Eating Disorders.