Carly Hill is a Research Associate II in the School of Education at both the Center for Research in Education and Social Policy (CRESP) and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Carly earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Medical Social Services at the University of Delaware. Her research focuses on understanding and addressing associations between stigma and health inequities, specifically with people living with HIV or substance use disorders. Most recently, Carly co-authored a paper on her research addressing barriers to and facilitators of care for people living with HIV in the state of Delaware.
Carly also works to support CRESP on multiple projects. Currently, she is a part of the evaluation team for the ACCEL project which is helping to advance clinical and translational research in Delaware. She also supports Delaware’s WIC clinics in implementing a new program designed to connect families of children with developmental concerns to free services.