Dav Clark

Former Lecturer


Educational technology, neuroscience, and psychology


Dav Clark received his Ph.D. from Berkeley Psychology, and is now working full time in the D-Lab and BIDS. His primary responsibility is the development and support of software tools for accessible and open science. His own research focuses on developing and assessing educational and wellness interventions. He likes Python a lot, but did most of the statistics and graphs for his dissertation in R.  He thinks it’s important to know that your choice of a data storage back-end can be the most important speed-related decision you can make!


PhD Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

MSc Cognitive Neuroscience, MIT

BS,BS,BA, Math, Computer Science, Linguistics, University of Maryland, College Park

Last updated:

December 5, 2023