Dr. Kullgren is interested in how to improve patient decisions about preventive behaviors and the utilization of healthcare services. He also works to identify effective and scalable approaches to promote modification of behavioral risk factors among patients at high risk for developing chronic diseases. This work has involved randomized controlled trials of behavioral economic interventions, like financial and social incentives, to promote weight loss and physical activity. He serves as associate director of IHPI's National Poll on Healthy Aging.
- M.D., Michigan State University
- M.P.H., Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan
- M.S., Health Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania
- B.S., Sociology, Michigan State University