Chelsey Carter's research examines the intersections of race, class, gender, and chronic illness in the U.S. Her forthcoming project will examine how black people with neuromuscular diseases (like ALS) navigate healthcare spaces and experience care by healthcare institutions in St. Louis. Her work also considers how anti-black racism stifles health and further promotes health inequities for black people. Chelsey is also a MPH Candidate.
2014 Mr. & Mrs. Spencer T. Olin Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis
2016 National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship
2016 Washington University Office of the Chancellor & Provost, Ferguson Seed Grant
2017 Divided City Graduate Summer Research Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis
2018 Society for Applied Anthropology, Del Jones Memorial Travel Award