AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Public health, health policy, epidemiology, disease prevention, mental health, and rural health.
Beth Carter is a senior policy advisor at the AARP Public Policy Institute, where her research focuses on health policy issues affecting older adults. Carter has extensive experience designing clinical and epidemiological studies and analyzing large-scale datasets, including public-use datasets like NHANES and insurance claims data. Carter serves as a Dissemination & Implementation committee member for the United States Preventive Services Task Force.
Before joining AARP, Carter was a principal investigator on a National Institutes of Health–funded grant at Children’s National Health System and an assistant professor of biostatistics and epidemiology at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University.
Carter holds master’s and PhD degrees in epidemiology from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in human biology from Stanford University.
- The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: How the Current Vaccine Environment Could Impact Uptake among Adults 50 and Older
- Annual Wellness Visits among Medicare Advantage Enrollees: Trends, Differences by Race and Ethnicity, and Association with Preventive Service Use
- Off-Label Antipsychotic Use in Older Adults with Dementia: Not Just a Nursing Home Problem
Read Beth Carter's blog posts.