Camille Kroll, MA

Masters Research Fellow

Camille (she/her/hers) is an MPH student (May 2023) and works on projects across the lab, including RADx-UP AIM 2 and CEAL P6. Her responsibilities involve conducting semi-structured interviews with project participants, directed content analysis of interviews, and manuscript development and editing.

Camille has a transdisciplinary background, including a master’s in medical humanities and bioethics and work experience in clinical medicine and medical law. She has extensive qualitative research experience in various hospital and health-related settings. She is particularly interested in racial and gender disparities in physician-patient communication, specifically surrounding issues with chronic pain.

Camille likes to spend her free time catching up on Netflix with her two cats, Ava and Harry, and checking out new coffee shops.