Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Part Time Faculty
Carrie L. Randall, Ph.D.
(843) 792-5206 phone
Dr. Randall is internationally recognized for her longstanding work on the prenatal effects of alcohol and fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). More recently, she has redirected her research efforts to the clinical arena, especially in the areas of the comorbidity of alcoholism and social phobia and gender differences in both substance abuse and social phobia. She has over 150 research publications and book chapters.
Dr. Randall has won many prestigious awards throughout her academic career including the Henry Rosett Award for her contributions to fetal alcohol syndrome research, the Research Society on Alcoholism’s Distinguished Research Award, and the Mark Keller Award bestowed by the NIAAA for significant and long-term contributions to the field of alcohol abuse and alcoholism research.
|Clinical and/or Research Expertise|
Alcohol and Anxiety; Alcohol and Women
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