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September 2021 Carroll CV

Jennifer J. Carroll, PhD MPH


Curriculum Vitae
Email: jjcarro3@ncsu.edu

EDUCATION

2016-17 T32 Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, The
Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University (Providence, RI).
2015-16 T32 Postdoctoral Fellow. Division of Infectious Diseases, The Warren Alpert
School of Medicine at Brown University (Providence, RI),
2015 Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2015 M.P.H., Epidemiology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2011 M.A., Anthropology, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
2007 M.A., Sociology, Central European University (Budapest, Hungary).
2003 B.A., Anthropology, Reed College (Portland, OR).

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND APPOINTMENTS

2021-present Assistant Professor of Anthropology


Department of Sociology and Anthropology
North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC).
2018-present Scientific Consultant, via Interagency Personnel Act (IPA) Agreement
Division of Overdose Prevention
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Atlanta, GA).
2017-present Adjunct Assistant Professor (Research)
Department of Medicine
The Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University (Providence, RI).
2018-2021 Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Elon University (Elon, NC).
2017-2018 Science to Action Coordinator
Heroin Response Strategy
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Atlanta, GA).
2009-2010 Adjunct Instructor
Department of Anthropology
Pacific Lutheran University. (Tacoma, WA).
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RESEARCH GRANTS

Current Funding (in order received):

R01CE003362 (PI: Ray) 09/2021-092024


National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Prevention and Control.
Co-Investigator
Examining the Iatrogenic Effect of Law Enforcement Disruptions to the Illicit Drug Market on
Overdose in the Surrounding Community
This is the first study to systematically assess whether seizures of illicit substances by law
enforcement – specifically seizures of stimulants and opioids – affects the risk of overdose for people
who use drugs in the surrounding community.

5P30 AI064518-17 – Administrative Supplement (PI: Tomaras) 09/2021-06/2022


National Institutes of Health
Duke University Center for AIDS Research
Evaluator/Co-Investigator
Providing A Resource: Telehealth at Needle Exchanges to Reach Underserved People
(PARTNER UP)
This study, funded through the Duke CFAR, is piloting on-site telehealth services for participants in
a local syringe service program. The telehealth clinic offers buprenorphine for opioid use disorder,
HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, and Hepatitis C treatment, and referral to community-based care.

RIZE Massachusetts (PI: Green) 02/2019-02/2022


$108,825
Co-Investigator
Enabling Health: Enhancing Harm Reduction Services in Massachusetts - Evaluation of RIZE
Massachusetts Harm Reduction Grant Cohort
This grant funds the evaluation of six novel approaches to enhancing linkage to medications for
opioid use disorder through harm reduction programs.

R01-CE003052 (PI: Walley) 09/2018 – 03/2022


$2,246,385
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Prevention and Control.
Co-Investigator
Knock and Talk: Public Health-Public Safety Partnerships for Post-Overdose Outreach and
Prevention.
This study is a mixed-methods evaluation of the individual and community-level outcomes of law
enforcement-led post-overdose outreach as a strategy for linkage to evidence-based care for opioid
use disorder—carried out with the goal of identifying best practice standards.

Past Funding:

R00-DA041245 – Administrative Supplement (PI: Lunze) 09/2020 – 08/2021


$160,369
National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health
Co-Investigator

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SCRIPT: Stigma, Risk Behaviors and Health Care among HIV-infected Russian People who
Inject Drugs (Competitive Supplement for Time-Sensitive Research on COVID-19)
This administrative supplement will evaluate the intersectional impacts of stigma and COVID-19 on
people who use drugs who are living with HIV in St. Petersburg, Russia.

R00-DA037768 – Administrative Supplement (PIs: Samet and Del Rio) 08/2017-08/2019


$136,556
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Co-investigator
Improving Physician Opioid Prescribing for Chronic Pain in HIV-Infected Persons. (Non-
Competitive Administrative Supplement)
The parent R01 tested interventions to improve provider adherence to patient monitoring guidelines
when offering long term opioid treatment. This supplement funded the qualitative evaluation of the
study interventions.

Combating Opioid Overdose through Community-Level Intervention 12/2018-12/2019


$262,000
U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy
Principle Investigator
Strengthening Overdose Prevention Efforts in Rural Areas through Participant-Driven
Innovation
This study evaluated differences in service need and access to evidenced-based treatment for opioid
use disorder in urban and rural regions of North Carolina.

Providence/Brown CFAR Research Collaborative Grant. (PI: Lunze) 09/2016-08/2017


$40,000
Co-Investigator
Double stigma as barrier to integrated HIV treatment among HIV infected PWID in Ukraine.
This study funded an interdisciplinary investigation of the lived experiences of stigma in a population
of adults living with HIV and opioids use disorder in Ukraine.

T32-MH078788 (Brown University) 07/2016 – 03/2017


National Institute of Mental Health
Trainee
Training in Adolescent/Young Adult Biobehavioral HIV Research
This training program provided clinical research training in child/adolescent behavioral and mental
health and HIV through the Brown Clinical Psychiatry Training Program.

T32DA013911 (Brown University) 05/2015 – 06/2016


National Institute of Drug Abuse
Trainee
Training in HIV and Other Infectious Consequences of Substance Abuse.
This training program provided multi-disciplinary training in clinical research in the areas of
prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV and other infectious aspects of substance abuse.

Wenner-Gren Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fieldwork Grant. 03/2013-03/2014


$19,832
Primary Investigator

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Choosing Methadone: Managing Addiction and the Body Politic in Ukraine.


This grant funded dissertation research on the implementation of internationally funded programs for
HIV-prevention and medications for opioid use disorder.

SCHOLARLY AWARDS AND HONORS

2020 Winner, Barbara Heldt Prize for best book written by a woman in any area of Slavic,
Eastern European, and Eurasian studies, awarded by the Association for Women in Slavic
Studies.
2020 Fellow, Drug Policy Research Incubator on How People Procure and Use Drugs, directed
by the Drug Policy Alliance.
2019 Critical Anthropology of Global Health (Special Interest Group of the Society for Medical
Anthropology) Rudolf Virchow Award, Professional Category, for Best Article.
2019 Periclean Faculty Leadership Award, supported by Project Pericles to develop novel
undergraduate courses that promote civic engagement. $3,000 award directed towards the
development of a course entitled “Citizenship in Crisis” and “(the) Local Matters” speaker
series on substance use in Alamance County.
2019 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Prize for Best Peer-Reviewed Article
Published in 2017 or 2018.
2018 American Society for Addiction Medicine’s Honorable Mention: Best Overall recognition
for abstracts submitted to the 2018 ASAM Annual Meeting.
2017 American Public Health Association’s 2017 Editor’s Choice Award: Reviewer of the Year
for academic contributions to the American Journal of Public Health.
2016 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Prize for Best Peer-Reviewed Article
Published in 2014 or 2015.
2015 Society for the Anthropology of Europe (SAE; Section of the American Anthropological
Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
2015 Joan Webber Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Student in English
Department Writing Programs. Awarded by the University of Washington Department of
English.
2014 Science, Technology, and Medicine Group (STM; Section of the American Anthropological
Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
2014 Finalist, K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, awarded by the American Association of
Colleges and Universities.
2014 Honorable Mention. American Anthropological Association 2014-2015 Photo Contest.
2011 AIDS and Anthropology Research Group (AARG; Section of the American Anthropological
Association) Graduate Paper Prize.
2011 Honorable Mention, Alcohol Drug and Tobacco Research Group (ADTRG; Section of the
American Anthropological Association) Graduate Paper Prize.

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Language and Area Studies Fellowships


2011 Title VIII Fellowship for intensive study of Russian in Bloomington, Indiana.
Indiana University. June-August ($2500 plus $3396 tuition waiver).
2011 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Russian.
University of Pittsburgh. June-July ($2500 plus $4902 tuition waiver) – declined.
2010 Title VIII Fellowship for intensive study of Ukrainian in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Dispersed through the American Councils for International Education/Eurasian Regional
Language Program. June-August (airfare, accommodation, and private tutoring provided).
2010 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Ukrainian.
University of Kansas. June-July ($1575 for room and board plus $4298 tuition waiver)–
declined.
2009 Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for intensive study of Russian.
University of Washington. June-August ($2500 stipend plus tuition waiver).

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed Books
2019 Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine. Cornell University Press.
*Winner of the AWSS Heldt Prize for best book written by a woman in any area of
Slavic, Eastern European, and Eurasian studies.

Book Chapters
2020 “Image and Imitation: The Visual Rhetoric of Pro-Russian Propaganda,” in Ideology After
Union: Political Doctrines, Discourses, and Debates in Post-Soviet Societies. Alexander
Etkind and Mikhail Minakov, eds. Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, Vol 216.
Ibidem-Verlag.
2019 Jennifer J. Carroll, Rita K. Noonan, and Jessica Wolff. “Building Effective Public Health
and Public Safety Collaborations to Prevent Opioid Overdose at the Local, State, and Federal
Levels,” in A Public Health Guide to Ending the Opioid Epidemic. Jay C. Butler and Michael
R. Fraser, eds. Oxford University Press.

Peer-reviewed Technical Packages and Recommendations published by the U.S. Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention
In federal clearance. Jennifer J. Carroll, Alice Asher, Vikram Krishnasamy, Deborah Dowell.
“Every Door is the Right Door: Linkage to Care for Individuals Living with Opioid Use
Disorder.” National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S.
2018 Jennifer J. Carroll, Traci C. Green, Rita K. Noonan. “Evidence-Based Strategies for
Preventing Opioid Overdose: What’s Working in the United States.” National Center for
Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services, 2018. http://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/pdf/pubs/2018-
evidence-based-strategies.pdf

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Peer-reviewed Journal Articles


In preparation: Jennifer J. Carroll, Phoebe Cushman, Jane Liebschutz, Carlos del Rio, Jeffrey
Samet. “Evidence-Based Interventions to Improve Opioid Prescribing in Primary Care
Clinics: Implementation Barriers and Facilitators Identified in Two Studies.” Pain Medicine
In review: Jennifer J. Carroll, Sarah L. Rossi, Marina V. Vetrova, Elena Blokhina, Yuliia Sereda,
Dmitry Lioznov, Jason Luoma, Tetiana Kiriazova, Karsten Lunze. “The Impacts of COVID-
19 on Structural Inequalities Faced by HIV-Positive People Who Inject Drugs: A Qualitative
Study in St. Petersburg, Russia.” Lancet Regional Health Europe.
In review: Jennifer J. Carroll, Sarah Mackin, Clare Schmidt, Michelle McKenzie, Traci C. Green.
“The Bronze Age of Drug Checking: Lessons Learned While Implementing an Advanced
Drug Checking Program Amidst Police Violence and COVID-19.” Harm Reduction Journal
In review: Jennifer J. Carroll, Sarah L. Rossi, Marina V. Vetrova, Tetiana Kiriazova, Karsten
Lunze. “Supporting the Health HIV-positive People Who Inject Drugs During COVID-19
and Beyond: Lessons for the United States from St. Petersburg, Russia.”.” American Journal
of Public Health – an invited contribution to a special issue on substance use and COVID-19.
Guest editors: Helena Hansen, Ryan McNeil, Marie Jauffret-Roustide.
Revise and resubmit: Brandon del Pozo, Josiah D. Rich, Jennifer J. Carroll. “Police Reports of
Accidental Overdose in the Field: Correcting a Culture-Bound Syndrome that Harms Us
All.” International Journal of Drug Policy.
In press: Marco E. Tori, Emily Cummins, Leo Beletsky, Samantha . Schoenberger, Audrey M.
Lambert, Shapei Yan, Jennifer J. Carroll, Scott W. Formica, Traci C. Green, Robert Apsler,
Ziming Xuan, Alexander Y. Walley. “Warrant Checking Practices by Post-Overdose
Outreach Programs in Massachusetts: A Mixed-Methods Study.” International Journal of
Drug Policy. 
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll. “Auras of Detection: Technology, Phenomenology, and Authority in the
War on Drugs.” Contemporary Drug Problems. Online ahead of print.
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/00914509211035487
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll, Taleed El-Sabawi, Bayla Ostrach. “The Harms of Punishing Substance
Use During Pregnancy.” International Journal of Drug Policy, 98:103433.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0955395921003388
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll, Bayla Ostrach, Loftin Wilson, Jesse Lee Dunlap, Reid Getty, Jesse
Bennett. “Drug-Induced Homicide Laws May Worsen Opioid Related Harms: An Example
from Rural North Carolina.” International Journal of Drug Policy, 97:103406
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S095539592100311X
2021 Scott W. Formica, Katherine M. Waye, Allyn O. Benintendi, Shapei Yan, Sarah M. Bagley,
Leo Beletsky, Jennifer J. Carroll, Ziming Xuan, David Rosenbloom, Robert Apsler, Traci
C. Green, Allie Hunter, Alexander Y. Walley. “Characteristics of Post-Overdose Public
Health-Public Safety Outreach in Massachusetts.” Drug & Alcohol Dependence. 219:108499.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0376871620306645
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll, Cameron Mullins, Georgia Burnham-Lemaire, Hannah Korycinski,
Hannaleigh Pierce, Mackenzie Martinez, Taleed El-Sabawi. “Student Perceptions of a
University Medical Amnesty Policy are Impacted by Race and Racism: A Qualitative Study.”
Substance Use and Misuse 56(2): 185-191.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10826084.2020.1846199

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2020 Taleed El-Sabawi, Leo Beletsky, Cynthia Hernandez, Jennifer J. Carroll. “No Time to
Wait: Commandeering Healthcare Facilities in the Age of COVID-19.” Journal of
Emergency Management 18(7):41-43.
https://www.wmpllc.org/ojs/index.php/jem/article/view/2878
2020 Jennifer. J. Carroll, Marlene C. Lira, Karsten Lunze, Jonathan Colasanti, Jeffery Samet,
Carlos del Rio. “Painful Subjects: Treating Chronic Pain among People Living with HIV in
the Age of Opioid Risk.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Online ahead of print.
https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/maq.12618
2020 Jennifer J. Carroll, Sasha Mital, Jessica Wolff, Rita K. Noonan, Pedro Martinez, Melissa C.
Podolsky, John C. Killorin, Traci C, Green. “Knowledge, Preparedness, and Compassion
Fatigue among Officers who Respond to Opioid Overdose.” Drug & Alcohol Dependence:
217: 108275.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0376871620304221
2020 Sasha Mital, Jessica Wolff, Jennifer J. Carroll. “The Relationship Between Incarceration
History and Overdose in North America: A Scoping Review of the Evidence.” Drug &
Alcohol Dependence: 213: 108088.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0376871620302532
2020 Andrew Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Josiah D. Rich, Traci C. Green. “Methadone
Maintenance Treatment Among Patients Exposed to Illicit Fentanyl: Safety, Repeated
Exposure, Retention, and Remission; A 1-year Follow-up.” Journal of Substance Abuse
Treatment 155: 108031.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S074054721930649X
2020 Yuliia Sereda, Tetiana Kiriazova, Olena Makarenko, Jennifer J. Carroll, Natasha Rybak,
Andriy Chybisov, Selly Bendiks, Bulat Idrisov, Fizza Gillani, Jeffrey Samet, Timothy
Flanigan, Karsten Lunze. “Stigma and Quality of Co-Located Care for HIV-Positive People
in Addiction Treatment in Ukraine: A Cross-sectional Study.” Journal of the International
AIDS Society 25(5): e25492.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/jia2.25492
2020 Jennifer J. Carroll, Josiah D. Rich, Traci C. Green. “The Protective Effect of Trusted
Dealers Against Opioid Overdose in the U.S.” International Journal of Drug Policy,
78:102065. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0955395920300360
2019 Jennifer J. Carroll,. “Sovereign Rules and Rearrangements: Banning Methadone in
Occupied Crimea” Medical Anthropology. 38(6): 508-522.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01459740.2018.1532422
*Winner of the 2019 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize *Winner
of the 2019 Rudolf Virchow Award for Best Article.
2019 Blythe Rhodes, Betsy Costenbader, Loftin Wilson, Rebecca Hershow, Jennifer J. Carroll,
William Zule, Carol Golin, Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein. “Urban Individuals of Color are
Impacted by Fentanyl-Contaminated Heroin.” International Journal of Drug Policy 73: 1-6.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0955395919301860
2019 Jennifer J. Carroll, Jonathan Colasanti, Marlene C. Lira, Carlos del Rio, Jeffrey Samet.
“HIV Physicians and Chronic Opioid Therapy: It’s Time to Raise the Bar.” AIDS & Behavior
23(4): 1057-1061.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10461-018-2356-2

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2018 Andrew Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Josiah D. Rich, Traci C. Green. “Methadone
Maintenance Treatment Among Patients Exposed to Illicit Fentanyl in Rhode Island; Safety,
Dose, Retention, and Relapse at 6 Months.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 192: 94-97.
https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0376-8716(18)30472-1
2018 Jennifer J. Carroll, Josiah D. Rich, and Traci C. Green. “The More Things Change:
Buprenorphine/naloxone Diversion Continues While Treatment Remains Unavailable.”
Journal of Addiction Medicine. 12(6): 459-465.
https://journals.lww.com/journaladdictionmedicine/Abstract/2018/12000/The_More_Things_
Change__Buprenorphine_naloxone.9.aspx
2018 Jennifer J. Carroll, Josiah D. Rich, and Traci C. Green. “Reducing Collateral Damage in
Response to the Opioid Crisis.” American Journal of Public Health. 108(3): 349-350.
https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/10.2105/AJPH.2017.304270
2018 Divia Dethier, Natasha Ryback, Priya Hirway, Mariya Bachmaha, Jennifer J. Carroll,
Andriy Sorokolit, Timothy Flanigan, and Maryana Slyzhunska. “The Changing Face of
Women Living with HIV in Western Ukraine.” International Journal of STD & AIDS 29(4):
318-323.
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0956462417724708
2017 Jennifer J. Carroll, Brandon D. L. Marshall, Josiah D. Rich, and Traci C. Green. “Exposure
to fentanyl-contaminated heroin and overdose risk among illicit opioid users in Rhode Island:
A mixed methods study.” International Journal of Drug Policy. 46: 136-145.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0955395917301275
2017 Alexandria Macmadu, Jennifer J. Carroll, Scott E. Hadland, Traci C. Green, Brandon D. L.
Marshall. “Prevalence and correlates of fentanyl-contaminated heroin exposure among young
adults who use prescription opioids non-medically.” Addictive Behaviors 68: 35-37.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0306460317300151
2017 Jennifer J. Carroll. “Image and Imitation: The Visual Rhetoric of Pro-Russian Propaganda.”
Ideology and Politics Journal. 2(8): 36-79. https://www.ideopol.org/wp-
content/uploads/2018/01/________2.5.%20ENG.%20Carrol%20Prefinal.pdf
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll. “Да водиш нормален живот: коментари върху революцията,
колективността и социалната дистинкция в Украйна.” Критика и Хуманизъм/Critique
& Humanism 45(1): 69-88.
*Winner of the 2015 Society for the Anthropology of Europe Graduate Paper Prize.
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll. “For Lack of Wanting: Discourses of Desire in Ukrainian Opiate
Substitution Therapy Programs.” Transcultural Psychiatry 53(2): 198-216.
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1363461515581543
*Winner of the 2016 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize.
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll, Renee Heffron, Nelly Mugo, Patrick Ndase, Stephen Asiimwe, Connie
Celum, and Jared M. Baeten. “Perceived Risk Among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in East
Africa Taking Oral PrEP.” Sex. Transmitted Diseases 43(8): 471-475.
https://europepmc.org/article/med/27419812
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll, Kenneth Ngure, Renee Heffron, Kathryn Curran, Nelly R. Mugo, and
Jared M. Baeten. “Gendered Differences in the Perceived Risks and Benefoits of Oral PrEP
Among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in Kenya.” AIDS Care 28(8): 1000-1006.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09540121.2015.1131972

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2015 Natasha Rybak, Jennifer J. Carroll, Mariya Bachmaha, Allyson Garcia, Marta Vasylev,
Timothy Flanigan and Maryna Sluzhynska. “HIV Testing and Entry into HIV Care in Lviv,
Western Ukraine 2005-2013” Journal of AIDS and Clinical Research 6: 494.
https://www.hilarispublisher.com/open-access/hiv-testing-and-entry-into-hiv-care-in-lviv-
western-ukraine-20052013-2155-6113-1000494.pdf
2014 Jennifer J. Carroll. “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health
Research. Part 2: Medicine in the Social System, Medicine as a Social System.” Tobacco
Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 4(1): 41-48.
2013 “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health Research. Part 1:
Jennifer J. Carroll. Starting with Foucault: Cultures of medicine and meanings of illness.”
Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 3(1): 39-46.
2012 Jennifer J. Carroll. “Evidence Based Medicine and the Construction of Moral Agency in
Ukraine,” CARGO: Journal for Cultural and Social Anthropology (1,2): 25-50.
http://cargojournal.org/index.php/cargo/article/view/46

Edited Volumes and Special issues


2022 Co-editor (With Nick Crofts, Brandon Del Pozo, and Mukta Sharma). Special issue of Harm
Reduction Journal on Law Enforcement and Public Health. Planned for September 2022.
2016 Co-editor (with Hubert Wierciński). Special issue of Anthropology of East Europe Review on
Challenges of Health, Demographic Changes, and Well-being in Post-socialist States. 34(1).
2016 Co-editor (with Courtney Macnamara). Special Issue of Europe Now on The Politics of
Health Equity in Europe. October 31.
http://www.europenowjournal.org/2016/10/31/unknown-unknowns-poverty-and-
tuberculosis-in-romania/

Invited Commentaries and Other Academic Writing


In press. Taleed El-Sabawi and Jennifer J. Carroll. “A Model for Defunding: An Evidence-based
Statute for Behavioral Health Crisis Response.” Temple Law Review.
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll, Taleed El-Sabawi, Dan Fitcher, Leah Pope, Eric Rafla-Yuan, Michael
T. Compton, Amy Watson. “A Workforce for Non-Police Behavioral Health Crisis Response
Doesn’t Exist – We Need to Create It.” Health Affairs blog. September 8.
https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20210903.856934/full/
2021 Jennifer J. Carroll and Taleed El-Sabawi. “The Case for Non-Police Response to
Behavioral Health Crises.” Bill of Health blog, hosted by the Petrie Flom Center at Harvard
School of Law. April 1.
https://blog.petrieflom.law.harvard.edu/2021/04/01/non-police-response-behavioral-health-
crises/#more-29934
2016 Jennifer J. Carroll and Hubert Wierciński “Why Post-socialism? Why Health?”
Introduction to the Anthropology of East Europe Review special issue on Challenges of
Health, Demographic Changes, and Well-being in Post socialist States. 34(1): 1-5.
https://search.proquest.com/openview/264d7809b09e00333baac74f11bd110e/1?pq-
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2016 “Why Does Healthcare for People Who Use Drugs in Ukraine Continue to Fail?” Krytyka
online magazine. October 26.
http://krytyka.com/en/ukraines-health-care-challenge/articles/why-does-healthcare-people-
who-use-drugs-ukraine-continue
2016 “Чому система охорони здоров’я в Україні далі іґнорує тих, хто вживає наркотики?”
Крутика 20 (7-8): 24-29.
2016 “Writing Grief: Death and Bereavement in Ethnographic Texts.” Medicine Anthropology
Theory. May 30.
http://medanthrotheory.org/read/6231/writing-grief
2016 “The Bright Future Without You.” Invited article for Anthropology News, published by the
American Anthropological Association. January 14.
http://jenniferjcarroll.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/BrigntFutureWIthoutYou.pdf
2014 “The Quietest Casualties: Russian Public Health Policies Cause Patient Deaths in Crimea.”
Critical Commentary: A Forum for Research and Commentary on Europe. Published by the
Council for European Studies. September 30.
http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/critcom/the-quietest-casualties-russian-public-health-
policies-cause-patient-deaths-in-crimea/
2014 “This is not about Europe: Reflections on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan.” Perspectives on Europe
44(1): 8-15.
2014 “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan Isn’t Just for the Right.” Yale Journal of International Affairs.
March 18. http://yalejournal.org/article_post/ukraines-euromaidan-isnt-just-for-the-right/
Cross-posted to the LeftEast weblog. March 19. http://www.criticatac.ro/lefteast/euromaidan-
isnt-just-for-the-right/
2014 “Reflections on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan: Ethnography of the Unexpected.” Invited article for
Anthropology News, published by the American Anthropological Association. March 10.
http://jenniferjcarroll.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/EthnographyOfTheUnexpected.pdf
2013 “Social and Political Embeddedness of Approaches to Health and Illness: Author’s
Response.” Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 3(1): 59-60.
2013 “Barriers to Treatment Adherence in Ukrainian Tuberculosis Control Programs” Scholar
Brief, published by the International Research Exchange Board.
2013 “My Best-Worst Day in Ukraine: On Research, Relationships, and Other Contradictions
From the Field.” Feature article in the winter 2013 REECAS newsletter.
http://depts.washington.edu/jsishelp/ellison/2013/winter/carroll.
Cross-posted to the LeftEast weblog. March 21.
http://www.criticatac.ro/lefteast/my-best-worst-day-in-ukraine-on-research-relationships-
and-other-contradictions-from-the-field-2/.
2011 “A Woman Among Addicts: the Production and Management of Identities in a Ukrainian
Harm Reduction Organization,” in Anthropology of East Europe Review 29(1): 23-34

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Book Reviews
2019 Review of Helena Hansen’s Addicted to Christ: Remaking Men in Puerto Rican Pentecostal
Drug Ministries. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2018). Journal of Extreme
Anthropology. https://www.journals.uio.no/index.php/JEA/article/download/6753/5838
2018 Review of Tomas Matza’s Shock Therapy: Psychology, Precarity, and Well-being in
Postsocialist Russia. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018). Medical Anthropology
Quarterly. Online ahead of print.
https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/maq.12495?af=R
2018 Review of Taras Kuzio’s Putin’s War Against Ukraine: Revolution, Nationalism, and Crime.
(Toronto, Canada: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Toronto, 2017). East European
Politics. https://doi.org/10.1080/21599165.2018.1532890. Online ahead of print.
2018 Review of Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Pharmocracy: Value, Politics, and Knowledge in Global
Medicine. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2017). J. Royal Anthropological Institute
24(4):852-853.
https://rai.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1467-9655.12943
2016 Review of Merrill Singer and J. Bryan Page, The Social Value of Drug Addicts: Uses of the
Useless. (Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press, 2014) American Anthropologist 118(2): 452-
453.
https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aman.12545
2016 Review of Salmaan Keshavjee, Blind Spot: How Neoliberalism Infiltrated Global Health.
(Oakland CA: University of California Press, 2014) Anthropology of East Europe Review
33(2): 96-98. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/aeer/article/view/20851/27911
2015 Review of Michelle A. Parsons, Dying Unneeded: The Cultural Context of the Russian
Mortality Crisis. (Nashville TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2014) for the H-Socialisms H-
Net community.
https://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=44190
2013 Review of Erin Koch, Free Market Tuberculosis: Managing Epidemics in Post-Soviet
Georgia. (Nashville TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2013) in Global Public Health 8(9):
1087-1088.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17441692.2013.840007
2012 Review of E. Summerson Carr, Scripting Addiction: The Politics of Therapeutic Talk and
American Sobriety. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011) Somatosphere.
http://somatosphere.net/2012/10/book-review-summerson-carrs-scripting-addiction.html.
October 2.
2009 Review of Tanya Richardson, Kaleidoscopic Odessa: History and Place in Contemporary
Ukraine. (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2008) in Anthropology of East Europe Review
27(1): 99-100.

Newspaper Articles, Op-eds, and Public Writing


2020 “Close Reading at a Distance: Téa Obreht’s Inland.” Kasia Bartoszyńska, Jennifer J.
Carroll, Ruchama Johnston-Bloom. ASAP Journal. October 24.
http://asapjournal.com/close-reading-at-a-distance-tea-obrehts-inland-kasia-bartoszynska-
jennifer-j-carroll-and-ruchama-johnston-bloom/

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2020 “DPS and Suboxone.” Raleigh News and Observer. Letter to the editor, July 21.
https://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/article244345497.html
2020 Jennifer J. Carroll and Hannah Alcock. “Trust and the Test: Producing Narrative Certainty
in an Evolving Pandemic. Somatosphere. June 20. http://somatosphere.net/2020/trust-and-
test.html/
2016 “Black Lives Matter Doesn’t Need to Be Polite—It Needs Us to Remember.” The
Establishment. August 4.
http://www.theestablishment.co/2016/08/04/black-lives-matter-doesnt-need-to-be-polite-it-
needs-us-to-remember/
2015 Multiple invited guest posts in the Danyliw Research Seminar on Contemporary Ukraine:
Liveblog. October 22-24.
http://krytyka.com/en/community/team/danyliw-seminar-2015
2014 “Ukraine Roundtable, Part 1.” part of the ‘What’s Going on in Ukraine’ collaboration by the
Allegra: A Virtual Lab in Legal Anthropology and Anthropoliteia weblogs. March 28.
http://anthropoliteia.net/2014/03/28/ukraine-roundtable/
2014 “From Ukraine: The heartbreak of victory; the fear of Russia” Seattle Times. March 23.
http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2023201728_kievnotebookxml.html
2014 “UW Student in Kiev Sees Destruction—and Dignity” Seattle Times. February 21.
http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2022966646_kievspecialxml.html?prmid=4939
2014 “From the Streets of Kyiv: ‘We Are Definitely Going Somewhere.’” Invited guest post on the
University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. February 20.
http://blogs.uw.edu/reecas/2014/02/20/from-the-streets-of-kyiv-we-are-definitely-going-
somewhere/
2014 “People in the Streets, Bodies in the Snow: Bringing the Stakes of EuroMaidan into Focus.”
Invited guest post on the University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. January 30.
http://blogs.uw.edu/reecas/2014/01/30/people-in-the-streets-bodies-in-the-snow-bringing-the-
stakes-of-euromaidan-into-focus/.

INVITED TALKS AND LECTURES

2021 “Narkomania: On Drug Use and Paperwork in Contemporary Ukraine.” Ukrainain Center for
Law and Crime Research. November 12.
2021 “The Lab in the Streets.” Science, Technology, and Society Program at Tufts University.
October 15.
2021 “Death by Distribution in North Carolina.” With Dr. Taleed El-Sabawi. NC Advocates for
Justice Roundtable. October 12.
2021 “Decentering the State: The Limits of Law Enforcement in Public Health Responses to
Substance Use.” The Drug Policy Alliance. May 27.
2021 “A Collaborative Approach to Planning and Implementing a Rural Syringe Services Program
in Vance County, North Carolina.” Maryland Rural Opioid Training Assistance (ROTA).
May 27.

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2021 “Exclusionary Utopias: The Narkoman as an Ideal Other in Ukraine.” The Harriman Institute,
Columbia University. Online. February 17.
2020 “Narkomania: Author Roundtable and Q&A” Temerity Contemporary Ukraine Program at
Harvard University. Online. October 29.
2020 “What was Semashko and What Comes Next? Understanding Primary Health Care Reform in
Ukraine” Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University. Online. October 28.
2020 “Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.”
St. Louis University. (St. Louis, MO). April 1.—Postponed.
2020 “Dealers, Distribution, and Other Half Truths”
COBRE on Opioids and Overdose, Rhode Island Hospital. March 14.
2020 “Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.”
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
Harvard University. (Boston, MA). February 12.—Postponed.
2019 “Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.”
International Drug Policy Conference, (St. Louis, MO). November 7.
2019 “Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.”
Science and Technology Ethnography Working Group
New York University. (New York, NY). October 31.
2019 “Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.”
Medical Anthropology Program and the Institute for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian
Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. (Berkeley, CA). October 4.
2019 “Finding Successful Prevention Strategies Through Overdose Fatality Reviews”
Overdose Fatality Review National Forum.
Institute for Intergovernmental Research (Washington, D.C.) August 27.
2019 “Race, Health Equity, and the Opioid Epidemic: A Panel Discussion.”
Department of Social Medicine
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC). April 10.
2018 “Narkomania: What drug users can teach us about society, politics, and going to war with
Russia.”
Valdosta University (Valdosta, GA). April 9.
2017 “Drug Use and the Politics of Social Order in Wartime Ukraine.”
Division of Social Sciences
Luther College (Decorah, IA). April 6.
2017 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Conflicts in Ukraine.”
Department of Anthropology
University of Connecticut. (Storrs, CT) February 27.
2017 “Public Health in Wartime.”
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
Harvard University. (Boston, MA) February 27.
2016 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Conflicts in Ukraine.”
Health, Society, and Populations Program
University of Kentucky. (Lexington, KY). March 24.

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2014 “To Care for Our Own: Public Health and Medical Care in the Time of Revolution.” Watson
Institute of International Studies
Brown University. (Providence, RI). October 16.
2014 “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan: An Eyewitness Account of the Revolution.”
Department of Sociology
Reed College (Portland OR). April 9.

PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Invited Keynotes
2019 “The Future is Fractured: Insiders/Outsiders in the Theory Generation.” Keynote Presentation
at the Transformations Graduate Anthropology Conference. Hosted by Wayne State
University (Detroit, MI). March 8.

Conferences Organized
2017 The Heroin Response Strategy Summit. Hosted by the Atlanta/Carolinas High Intensity Drug
Trafficking Area (HIDTA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
(Atlanta, GA). November 7-8.
2015 The 23rd Annual Symposium of the Soyuz Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural
Studies. Hosted by the Ellison Center at the University of Washington. (Seattle, WA).
February 28-March 1.
2014 Anthropology Graduate Student Conference. Hosted by the University of Washington
Department of Anthropology. (Seattle, WA). May 16.
2012 2nd annual Health in Transition Conference: Ethnographies of Bio-Medicine in Post-Socialist
Europe. Hosted by the Romanian Academy. (Bucharest, Romania). June 7-8.

Panels organized
2021 Book panel on Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine. Annual Meeting of the
Association for the Study of Nationalities. Virtual. May 5.
2021 “Preventing Overdose in Rural Areas: A Successful Public Health/Harm Reduction
Collaboration in Granville and Vance Counties, North Carolina.” The Rx Drug Abuse and
Heroin Summit. Virtual. April 7.
2021 “Post Overdose Outreach in Massachusetts: Lessons from Law Enforcement and Public
Health Partnerships.” 6th International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health.
Virtual. March 26.
2020 “Putting Down the Hammer: Affect, Action, and Construction of Insiders and Outsiders in
Ukraine.” 52nd Annual Convention of the ASEEES (virtual) – withdrawn.
2018 “Anthropological Interventions in the U.S. Opioid Crisis” Executive Session at the 117 th
Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. (San Diego, CA). November
14-18.

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2018 “Structures, Successes, and Lessons Learned in the HIDTA/CDC Heroin Response Strategy.”
Fourth International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health. (Toronto, Canada).
Scheduled October 21-24.
2016 “Beyond Biological Citizenship: Producing “The Other” in Medicine and Public Health in
Ukraine.” held at the ASEEES/MAG convention (L’viv, Ukraine). June 24-26.
2014 “Soyuz at 20: Past, Presents, and Futures of post-Socialist Cultural Studies.” Held at the 46th
Annual Convention of the ASEEES. (San Antonio, TX). November 20-23.

Invited Panel Presentations and Round Tables


2019 Panelist. “Drug Overdoses Town Hall.” Invited session at the 19 th Annual Meeting of the
National Association of City and County Health Officials. (Orlando, FL). July 11.
2014 Panelist. “EuroMaidan, the Fall of Yanukovych, and Russian Intervention.” Special
roundtable at the 2014 World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities.
Hosted by Columbia University. (New York, NY). April 24-27.
2014 Panelist. “Turmoil in Ukraine.” Part of the CUNY Baccalaureate Academic Conference
Series. Hosted by CUNY Baccalaureate (New York, NY). April 25.

Invited Discussant
2018 Panel title: “Decolonizing Queer Performance, Practice, Experience: Examples from Post-
Socialism.” 117th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. (San Jose,
CA). November 14-18.
2016 Faculty Discussant, multiple panels. The 8th International Social Science Summer School in
Ukraine: War and Violent Conflict in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies. Hosted by V.N.
Karazin Kharkiv National University (Kharkiv, Ukraine). July 3-9.
2015 Panel title: “New Ontologies of Healthcare and Self-care.” The 4 th annual Health in
Transition conference, hosted by the University of Latvia. (Riga, Latvia). August 26-27.

Invited Panel Chair


2018 Panel title: Anthropological Interventions in the Opioid Crisis. Executive Session delivered at
the 117th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. (San Diego, CA)
November 14-18.
2016 Panel title: “Civil Society and Activism During and Since Maidan.” The 21 st Annual World
Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities. (New York, NY). April 14-16.
2016 Panel title: “Governing Difference: Shifting Citizenship Regimes and the Politics of
Belonging.” The 2016 Soyuz Symposium. (Chicago, IL). March 11-12.

Papers Presented (selected)


2021 “Preventing Overdose in Rural Areas: A Successful Public Health/Harm Reduction
Collaboration in Granville and Vance Counties, North Carolina.” 2021 National Rx & Drug
Abuse and Heroin Summit. (Virtual) April 6.

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2021 “Post Overdose Outreach in Massachusetts: Lessons from Law Enforcement and Public
Health Partnerships.” Sixth International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health.
(Virtual). March 26.
2020 Scott W. Formica, Katherine M. Waye, Allyn Benintendi, Shapei Yan, Sarah Bagley, Julia
Keosaian, Leo Beletsky, Jennifer J. Carroll, Ziming Xuan, Robert Apsler, David
Rosenbloom, Traci Green, Alexander Y. Walley. “Characteristics of Emerging Post-
Overdose Outreach Programs in Massachusetts.” Association for Medical Education and
Research in Substance Use and Addiction (AMERSA) National Conference. October 7.
2020 “Preventing Overdose in Rural Areas: A Successful Public Health/Harm Reduction
Collaboration in Vance County, North Carolina” 2020 Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit. (to
be held virtually) April 14-16. – Postponed.
2019 “‘If you’re Black and Using Drugs Then People Don’t Want to Help You’: Substance Use,
Harm Reduction, and Default Whiteness on a College Campus.” Co-authors: Cameron
Mullins, Hannaleigh Pierce, Mackenzie Martinez. The 118 th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (Vancouver, BC) November 20-24.
2019 “Evidence-Based Strategies for Preventing Opioid Overdose.” 2019 National Rx & Drug
Abuse and Heroin Summit. (Atlanta, GA) April 24.
2018 “Fentanyl and Feelings: A Bio-cultural Understanding of Synthetic Opioids in the Illicit Drug
Market.” The 117th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. (San
Diego, CA) November 14-18.
2018 “A Comprehensive Assessment of 911 Good Samaritan Laws: Attitudes, Implementation,
and Effect.” Fourth International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health.
(Toronto, Canada). October 21-24.
2018 “A Comprehensive Assessment of 911 Good Samaritan Laws: Attitudes, Implementation,
and Effect.” 2018 National Rx & Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit. (Atlanta, GA) April 3.
2016 “Dima Had to Live and Then Had to Die: Sovereignty, Citizenship, and the Addict’s Right to
Health in Ukraine.” Presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Minneapolis, MN). November 16-21.
2016 “Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Forms of Conflict in Ukraine.” Presented at the
21st Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities. (New York,
NY). April 14-16.
2015 “Medical Moralities in the Quotidian Clinic: How Breaking the Rules Creates Success for
Long-Term Drug Users in Ukraine.” Presented at the 114 th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (Denver, CO). November 18-22.
2014 “On Dignity: The Breadth and the Limits of EuroMaidan’s Imagined Communities.”
Presented at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
(Washington, DC). December 3-7.
2013 “‘This is not American Heroin’: Social Illness, Chemical Therapies, and Biomedical
Pluralism in Ukraine.” Presented at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (Chicago, IL). November 20-24.
2012 “Methadone as Medicine: The Biomedicalization of Drug Addiction in Ukrainian
Substitution Therapy Programs.” Presented at the 2 nd Annual Health in Transition
Conference. Hosted by the Romanian Academy. (Bucharest, Romania). June 7-8.

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2011 “Scientific Stuff: The (Re)Negotiation of Local Knowledge and Medical Discourse in
Ukraine.” Presented at the 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Montreal, QC, Canada). November 16-20.
2010 “Bodies at Risk: Determining Health and Responsibility in Ukrainian Harm Reduction and
HIV-Prevention Programs.” Presented at the 109 th Annual Meeting of the American
Anthropological Association. (New Orleans, LA). November 16-21.
2009 “A Woman Among Addicts: Exploring Gendered Roles and Identity in a Ukrainian HIV-
Prevention Program.” Presented at the 108th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological
Association. (Philadelphia, PA). December 1-6.

Conference Abstracts and Posters


2020 Jennifer J. Carroll, Emily Cummins, Alexander Y. Walley, Scott Formica, Katherine Waye.
“Safety Protocols During Home-Based Post-Overdose Outreach Visits: Perspectives from
Public Health/Public Safety Teams.” Association for Medical Education and Research in
Substance Use and Addiction (AMERSA) Virtual National Conference. October 7.
2020 Taleed El-Sabawi and Jennifer J. Carroll. “Politics, Policies, and the Opioid Crisis:
Variations in Public Health Responses.” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science
Association (Virtual). September 9-13.
2020 Scott W. Formica, Katherine M. Waye, Allyn Benintendi, Shapei Yan, Sarah Bagley, Julia
Keosaian, Leo Beletsky, Jennifer J. Carroll, Ziming Xuan, Traci Green, Alexander Y.
Walley. “Post-overdose Outreach Programs Aim to Reach People Who Use Drugs in the
Days Immediately Following a Non-Fatal Overdose.” College on Problems of Drug
Dependence Virtual Meeting. June 22-24.
2019 del Rio C, Tsui J, Cheng D, Colasanti J, Liebschutz J, Lira M, Forman L, Shanahan C, Root
C, Bridden C, Outlaw K, Abrams C, Carroll JJ, Walley A, Samet J. “Targeting Effective
Analgesia in Clinics for HIV (TEACH): a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) to Improve
Satisfaction, Confidence, and Trust around Chronic Opioid Therapy in HIV Care.”
International AIDS Society Meeting, 2019. Mexico City, Mexico. July 21-24.
2019 Melissa C. Podolsky, Sasha Mital, Pedro Martinez, Traci C. Green, Jessica Wolff, Rita K.
Noonan, Jennifer J. Carroll. “Safety and Liability Concerns and Naloxone Deployment in
Response to an Opioid Overdose Among Patrol Officers.” The College on Problems of Drug
Dependence Annual Scientific Meeting. (San Antonio, TX). June 15-19.
2019 Andrew C. Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Jody R. Rich, Traci C. Green. “Fentanyl Use and
Outcomes in a Methadone Treatment Program: 1-year Follow-Up.” The 50 th Annual
Conference of the American Society for Addiction Medicine. (Orlando, FL). April 4-7.
2018 Andrew C. Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Traci C. Green, Jody R. Rich. “Methadone
Maintenance Treatment for Fentanyl Use: Dose, Retention in Treatment, and Relapse.” The
49th Annual Conference of the American Society for Addiction Medicine. (San Diego, CA).
April 12-15.
2017 Andrew C. Stone, Jennifer J. Carroll, Traci C. Green, Jody R. Rich. “Illicit Fentanyl in
Methadone Patients: Implications for Treatment, Overdose, and Surveillance.” The 48 th
Annual Conference of the American Society for Addiction Medicine. (New Orleans, LA).
April 6-9.

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TEACHING ACTIVITIES

North Carolina State University


Current teaching activities:
Instructor of record for Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Instructor of record for Medical Anthropology

Elon University
Past teaching activities:
Instructor of record for Qualitative Methods
Instructor of record for Anthropology of the Criminal Justice System
Instructor of record for Medical Anthropology
Instructor of record for Citizenship in Crisis
Mentor to Post-doctoral fellow (seated at Boston Medical Center) training in clinical research and
interventions to prevent overdose—effort supported through CDC-funded R01.
Instructor of Record for Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Brown University
Past teaching activities:
Mentor of record, undergraduate research through the Program for Liberal Medical Education
Undergraduate research mentorship through the Brown University Ukraine Collaboration
Graduate research mentorship in substance use and public health in the Providence/Boston Center for
AIDS Research

University of Washington
Past teaching activities
Instructor of record, Visual Anthropology
Instructor of record, Anthropology of the Body
Instructor of record, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Instructor of record, Comparative Systems of Healing
Instructor of record, Writing Ready: Preparing for College Writing
Instructor of record, Writing in the Social Sciences
Instructor of record, Intermediate Writing in the Social Sciences
Teaching assistant, Ethnoarchaeology

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Teaching assistant, Introduction to Public Health


Teaching assistant, Anthropology of Death
Teaching assistant, Linguistic Anthropology
Mentor of record, Anthropology Department Undergraduate Writing Center

Pacific Lutheran University


Past teaching activities:
Instructor of record, Introduction to Human Cultural Diversity

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY

University Service
2019-present Elon University Honor Board, Faculty Advisor (appointed by the Provost)
2019-present Elon University Committee on Alcohol and Other Drugs, Faculty Expert on
Substance Use (appointed by the Provost).
2019-present Elon University LGBTQIA+ Employee Resource Group, Faculty Co-Chair.
2019-present Elon University Pre-Health Advisory Committee, Social Science Representative.
2018-2019 Elon University Core Curriculum Committee, College of Arts and Sciences
Representative.
2014 UW Department of Anthropology Outreach Committee Graduate Student Member.
2011-2012 UW Department of Anthropology Diversity Committee Graduate Student Member.
2010-2011 UW Department of Anthropology Socio-cultural Graduate Student Representative.

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Federal Grant Review


2020 Member, National Institute on Drug Abuse Special Emphasis Panel ZDAI SXM-M (09)
Time-Sensitive Drug Abuse Research (R21 Clinical Trial Optional). July 29.

Elected Leadership Positions


2015-2017 Book Review Editor: the SOYUZ Research Network for Post-Socialist Studies, a
section of the American Anthropological Association.
2014-2016 Treasurer: Society for the Anthropology of Europe, a section of the American
Anthropological Association.
2013-2015 Program Coordinator: the SOYUZ Research Network for Post-Socialist Studies, a
section of the American Anthropological Association.

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2012-2014 Electronic Editor and Steering Committee member: the AIDS and Anthropology
Research Group, a special interest group of the American Anthropological
Association.
2012-2014 Graduate Student Representative: Society for the Anthropology of Europe, a section
of the American Anthropological Association.

External Committees
2020 Critical Anthropology and Global Health Rudolf Virchow Article Prize Committee.
2019-2020 American Association for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize Committee.
2018 AAA Annual Meeting Executive Planning Committee.
2017 Society for the Anthropology of Europe Graduate Paper Prize Committee.
2016-2017 Chair, American Association for Ukrainian Studies Article Prize Committee.
2016 Chair, Soyuz Post-socialist Research Group Article Prize Committee.
2015 Science, Technology, and Medicine Interest Group Graduate Student Paper Prize
Committee.
2014-2015 American Association for Ukrainian Studies 2015 Book Prize Committee.
2014 Society for the Anthropology of Europe AAA Panel Review Committee.
2013 AIDS and Anthropology Research Group Undergraduate Paper Prize Committee.

EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Editorial Boards
2021-present Anthropology of East Europe Review
2016 AIDS & Behavior
2015 Council for European Studies – CritCom

Ad Hoc Manuscript Reviewer (selected)


Public health journals: American Journal of Public Health*, International Journal of Drug Policy,
Culture Health & Sexuality, Public Health Reports, PLOS One, Harm Reduction Journal, Journal of
Urban Health, Substance Use & Misuse, Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention & Policy.
*Awarded 2017 Reviewer of the Year for contributions to peer review at AJPH

Medical journals: JAMA Psychiatry, JAIDS, Addiction Research & Theory, AIDS Care, AIDS &
Behavior, Drug & Alcohol Dependence, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Social Science and
Medicine.

Anthropology and other social science journals: American Anthropologist, Cultural Anthropology,
Medical Anthropology, Journal of Extreme Anthropology, Anthropology Today, Anthropologica,

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Medicine Anthropology Theory, City & Society, Comparative Studies in Society & History,
Contemporary Drug Problems.

Post-Soviet/Eastern European area studies journals: Journal of Soviet & Post-Soviet Politics &
Society, Anthropology of East Europe Review, Tobacco Control & Public Health in Eastern Europe,
East/West Journal of Ukrainian Studies.

PROFESSIONAL APPEARANCES IN MASS MEDIA

2021 “Naloxone use is up, data shows, but nationwide shortage could limit ability to reverse
overdoses, save lives.” By Ali Ingersoll. WRAL News. September 30.
https://www.wral.com/naloxone-use-is-up-data-shows-but-nationwide-shortage-could-limit-
ability-to-reverse-overdoses-save-lives/19903418/
2021 “RPD responded to a historically high number of overdose calls in 2020. They’ve already
exceeded it this year.” By Ali Ingersoll. WRAL News. September 29.
https://www.wral.com/rpd-responded-to-historically-high-number-of-overdose-calls-in-2020-
they-ve-exceeded-it-already-this-year/19901619/
2021 “One Way Some Drug Prosecutions May Be Hurting Public Health,” by Matt Shipman.
Medical Xpress. September 2. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-09-drug-prosecutions-
health.html
2020 “Jennifer J. Carroll – Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine.” Interview on
New Books Network Podcast. October 6.
https://open.spotify.com/episode/48qGT7DsAwvdTkpWvWIfct
2020 “Overdoses Are on the Rise. Is It Time to Provide Medication Assisted Treatment in NC
Prisons?” by Hannah Critchfield. North Carolina Health News. August 25.
https://www.northcarolinahealthnews.org/2020/08/25/is-it-time-to-provide-medication-
assisted-treatment-in-nc-prisons/
2020 “Narkomania and Annexation: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine,” Untold Health
Podcast, Season 3 Episode 3. July 5.
https://open.spotify.com/episode/0H9pagfuIdnjJ1Xu7hvFRn
2020 “Harm Reduction Works: An Exciting New Alternative to Narcotics Anonymous,” by Travis
Lupick. Filter Magazine. May 19.
https://filtermag.org/harm-reduction-works-narcotics-anonymous/
2020 “Podcast from Washington: Author of Narkomania Dr. Jennifer Carroll.” NACCHO Podcast
from Washington. February 20.
https://naccho.libsyn.com/podcast-from-washington-author-of-narkomania-dr-jennifer-carroll
2019 “Elon to Host Community Series on Area Substance Abuse,” by Elizabeth Pattman. The
Burlington Times-News. September 29. https://www.thetimesnews.com/news/20190929/elon-
university-to-host-community-series-on-area-substance-abuse
2019 “Opioid Bills at Odds With Each Other, Advocates Say,” by Taylor Knopf. North Carolina
Health News. June 21. https://www.northcarolinahealthnews.org/2019/06/21/opioid-bills-at-
odds-with-each-other-advocates-say/

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2019 Guest panelist on “Legal Eagle Review,” a weekly radio show sponsored by North Carolina
Central University and hosted by WNCU 90.7 FM in Durham, NC. June 9.
http://www.wncu.org/podcasts/legal-eagle-review-podcast-0609/
2018 “Here’s How Fentanyl Took Over the US Drug Market in Just Five Years,” by Dan Vergano.
BuzzFeed News. March 11.
https://www.buzzfeed.com/danvergano/fentanyl-origins-opioid-overdoses-heroin
2017 “Research Highlights Government’s Complicity in Heroin Deaths,” by Jacob Sullum.
Reason, Aug 4.
http://reason.com/blog/2017/08/04/researchers-highlight-the-governments-co/amp
2017 “Addicts Try to Avoid Deadly Fentanyl, but Many Tragically Fail,” by Maureen Salamon.
Health Day, June 16.
https://consumer.healthday.com/bone-and-joint-information-4/fentanyl-news-828/addicts-try-
to-avoid-deadly-fentanyl-but-many-tragically-fail-723690.html
2017 “Fentanyl-related Deaths Spiking in RI, Studies Say,” by Lynn Arditi. The Providence
Journal, June 8.
http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20170607/fentanyl-related-deaths-spiking-in-ri-
studies-say
2014 “Complexity of Crisis in Ukraine Examined,” by Marina Temkin. Voices of NY. April 28.
http://voicesofny.org/2014/04/complexity-of-crisis-in-ukraine-examined/
2014 Television interview, analysis of Ukraine’s EuroMaidan revolution. NBC5 Nightly News.
Aired February 21.
https://kobi5.com/news/local-news/reed-college-graduate-in-ukraine-12690/
2014 Radio interview about political protest in Ukraine. Feature Story News. Aired Feb 5.
http://www.fsnradionews.com/FSNReports/0204FSNReports.mp3.
2013 “Ukraine Celebrates 22 Years of Independence” (text and video) Worldwide News Ukraine.
Posted August 29.
http://wnu-ukraine.com/news/culture-lifestyle/?id=3394
2012 “Jennifer Carroll” Kyiv Weekly 46(499). November 30.
http://kyivweekly.com.ua/style/city/2012/12/03/172945.html

LANGUAGES

English: Native speaker.


Russian: Excellent. Advanced reading and writing.
French: Excellent. Advanced reading and writing.
Ukrainian: Conversational fluency. Able to read advanced texts with a dictionary.
Spanish: Conversational fluency. Able to read advanced texts with a dictionary.

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