Research & Publications
Carolina Price is a Program Manager in the Department of Internal Medicine, Yale Center for Clinical and Community Research. She serves as a Clinical Project Coordinator for Dr. Jaimie Meyer's research on HIV prevention and treatment, substance use disorders, mental illness, and the criminal justice system. She also serves as Project Coordinator in the Department of Psychiatry for Dr. Tami Sullivan's studies on intimate partner violence (IPV), post-traumatic stress, substance use, sexual risk, and criminal protective orders. Mrs. Price holds Master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Connecticut, with a certification in Nonprofit Management, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Valley Forge. Prior to joining Yale University, Mrs. Price worked as a Counselor Advocate and Transitional Housing Program Manager at The Domestic Violence Center of Chester County. Her interests include IPV research, criminal justice system reform, healthcare access, public policy and program evaluations with nonprofit and government sectors.
Education & Training
- MPAUniversity of Connecticut, Department of Public Policy (2016)
- BSUniversity of Valley Forge, Psychology (2008)
Honors & Recognition
|Employee of the Year||The Consultation Center||2016|