Carrie is Senior Manager Global Scientific Engagement. She currently leads a team to facilitate scientific engagement with global public health experts and to share the science behind PMI’s smoke-free products. She holds a Doctorate in Pharmacology and Neuroscience from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in Public Health from John Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Carrie has many years of experience studying neural mechanisms of opioid addiction (University of Minnesota and Scripps Research) and public health interventions to address adverse outcomes related to addiction (John Hopkins University and Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition). Before joining PMI, she led the Harm Reduction Policy team at the R Street Institute in Washington, D.C., focusing on barriers to access tobacco and opioid harm reduction and protection of sexual health. She has published numerous studies in international scientific journals and book chapters, and articles in the media.