Our Team

Kate Wolin

Gary Bennett

Louis Clotman

Kate Wolin, ScD, FACSM

Dr. Wolin is a behavioral epidemiologist with extensive experience in the translation of scientific evidence for the public and commercial sectors. In addition to her extensive private sector expertise, Dr. Wolin brings a highly accomplished academic research background to the work of Coeus Health. Dr. Wolin has been leading weight loss, wellness and disease prevention studies for 14 years. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Tufts University. She earned her doctorate in epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, with minors in biostatistics and health behavior. After completing a fellowship in cancer epidemiology at Northwestern University, she joined the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Siteman Cancer Center. In 2013, Dr. Wolin moved her laboratory to Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, where she is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Public Health Sciences & Surgery.

Gary Bennett, PhD

During the past decade, Dr. Bennett has built a research program that designs, tests, and disseminates digital health obesity treatments for medically vulnerable populations.Much of his work is conducted in the primary care setting, particularly community health centers. Dr. Bennett is an Associate Professor at Duke University and directs Duke’s new Digital Health Science Center. Dr. Bennett has conducted several trials that test new digital health obesity treatment interventions, primarily in socioeconomically disadvantaged populations. Dr. Bennett developed the interactive obesity treatment approach (iOTA), which is currently being evaluated in several trials, both domestically and abroad. He has published extensively on the social determinants of obesity and the effectiveness of intervention strategies in high risk populations. He speaks frequently on dissemination and implementation of digital health technologies and on commercialization of behavioral science innovations. Dr. Bennett was the founder of two previous commercial ventures in health and wellness: Crimson Health Solutions, which was acquired by Health Dialog, and Ivynia.

Louis Clotman

For 13 years, Mr. Clotman has worked in high performance computing, data storage and email environments for companies large and small. He was lead developer at the startups Pobox and Listbox before starting an independent software design consulting firm. Mr. Clotman built many of the digital health intervention applications used by Dr. Bennett’s laboratory at Duke along with those for many other academic research groups.