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Native Investigators

Clint Carroll, Ph.D.



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Dr. Carroll is an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota-​Twin Cities. In 2003 Dr. Carroll earned a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Arizona, and earned his PhD in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management from the University of California-Berkeley in 2011. The goal of his proposed research is to investigate the interaction between chronic low-level Arsenic exposure and neuropsychological functioning in American Indian elders. Specifically he is assessing changes in neuropsychological ability and physical health across a 20-year period using the Strong Heart Study and the Strong Heart Stroke Study. As an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation, Dr. Carroll has an extensive background in American Indian environmental studies that has prepared him to pursue this important work.

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