Genna Clayman is a Clinical Research Assistant in the division. Genna received her BS in Public Health from Temple University and will be pursuing her Masters of Occupational Therapy in the fall of 2016. In 2015, Genna received an internship with the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) where she assisted Dr. Jessica Mirman with a follow-up study on the TeenDrivingPlan, a program developed by Dr. Mirman to enhance the parent-supervised driving experience for families with teenagers learning to drive. Genna later joined CHOP as a Clinical Research Assistant for the Division of Adolescent Medicine. In this role, Genna is working on a randomized controlled trial developed by Dr. Carol Ford and Dr. Jessica Mirman, which aims to enhance parent-teen communication on various topics surrounding adolescent health.