Beryl Carew is an Associate Director in Large Surveys with experience in project management, survey design and development, and management of operations for large-scale health-related surveys, epidemiologic studies, and clinical trials.
Carew has directed study operations—developing project schedules, designing study protocols, coordinating training plans, establishing rapid-response support desks, developing procedures for incident reports, and managing quality assurance and quality control programs—for health studies through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of Health, and others.
Carew currently serves as the deputy director of mobile examination centers for a large health and nutrition examination project where she directs 40 field staff who are responsible for in-person data collection from 5,000 participants per year. The study collects data on the health of the U.S. population through interviews and extensive physical examinations.
- Doctoral Candidate, Chronic Disease Epidemiology, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
- MPH, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
- BA (cum laude), Nursing, Dalhousie University, Canada
Journal ArticlePathways through early psychosis care for U.S. youths from ethnically and racially minoritized groups: A systematic review
N. Myers, M. Hutnyan, T.C. Daley, I. Bello, M. Chacon, A. Currie, B.J. Davis, L.B. Dixon, P.E. George, A. Giannicchi, A.N. Kwashie, K.A. McCormick, P. Meyer-Kalos, A. Nagendra, S. Nayar, D.K. Sarpal, T.Y. Sepahpour, D.I. Shapiro, J. Taylor-Zoghby
Journal ArticleImmunogenicity of conjugated and polysaccharide pneumococcal vaccines administered during pregnancy or postpartum to women with HIV
Journal of Infectious Diseases
G. Duarte, P. Muresan, S. Ward, L. Laimon, S.I. Pelton, J. Canniff, A. Golner, F. Bone, L. Newton, T. Fenton, C.M. Coutinho, E.C. Joao, B.R. Santos, J.H. Pilotto, R.H. Oliveira, J.A. Pinto, E.S. Machado, R. Kreitchman, N. Chakhtoura, M.M. Mussi-Pinhata, A. WeinbergSOURCE
Journal ArticleRationale and design of a double-blind randomized non-inferiority clinical trial to evaluate one or two doses of vaccine against human papillomavirus including an epidemiologic survey to estimate vaccine eff
C. Porras, J.N. Sampson, R. Herrero, M.H. Gail, B. Cortés, A. Hildesheim, J. Cyr, B. Romero, J.T. Schiller, C. Montero, L.A. Pinto, J. Schussler, K. Coronado, M.S. Sierra, J.J. Kim, C.M. Torres, L. Carvajal, S. Wagner, N.G. Campos, R. Ocampo, T.J. Kemp, M. Zuniga, D.R.SOURCE