Carol J. Boyd

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Color photography of Carol Boyd
Job Title: 
Research Professor, IRWG; Deborah J Oakley Collegiate Professor of Nursing, Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing; Professor of Women's Studies, LSA; Research Professor, Psychiatry, Medical School
Office Address Line 1: 
2158 Lane Hall
Email Address: 
caroboyd@umich.edu
Phone Number: 
734-615-8760

Carol J. Boyd is an internationally recognized scholar in the studies of gender, vulnerable populations, and risky health behaviors (e.g. smoking, misuse of medications, alcohol abuse, and other substance abuse). She is noted for mixed-method studies, including evaluation research for the State of Michigan and for Michigan schools. Her most recent studies, funded by the National Institutes of Health, are school-based and focus on adolescent and young adult populations and their lifestyle behaviors, with a particular focus on the medications they are prescribed and how they are used and misused.

Professor Boyd received her PhD in nursing with an anthropology cognate from Wayne State University (1987).

WORKS WITH

Color photograph of Sean Esteban McCabe
Research Professor, IRWG
Color photograph of Quyen Ngo
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Injury Center, IRWG
Color photograph of Julia Seng
Research Professor, IRWG; Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing; Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School; Professor of Women's Studies, LSA
Color photograph of Philip Veliz
Research Assistant Professor, IRWG; Faculty Associate, Youth and Social Issues, Institute for Social Research; IRWG Executive Committee; SHARP Associate Director
color photograph of Michelle Segar
Assistant Research Scientist, IRWG; Director, SHARP Center
color photograph of Wang Zheng
Research Scientist; IRWG Executive Committee; Professor of Women's Studies and History
color photograph of Jane Hassinger
Research Program Lead, IRWG