Carrie B. Oser
Robert C. Anderson Memorial Award 2006
Carrie B. Oser, a recent doctoral graduate in sociology, uses a combination of analytical methods to study the effects of different substance-use programs. She looks not only at clients’ results, but also how these programs affect the agencies and communities in which they play a role, including exploring HIV-risk reduction in rural probationers and the effectiveness of underage drinking and prenatal substance abuse interventions. Currently an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky, she is PI or Co-PI on grants from NIH/National Institutes on Drug Abuse that total over four million dollars.