Dr. Nadine Finigan-Carr
Nadine M. Finigan-Carr, Ph.D., is a prevention research scientist focused on the application of behavioral and social science perspectives to research on contemporary health problems, especially those that disproportionately affect people of color. She is an internationally recognized expert on minor human trafficking and sexual exploitation. She is Deputy Director of the Ruth Young Center for Maryland at the Institute for Innovation & Implementation in the University of Maryland: School of Social Work where she leads the Prevention of Adolescent Risks Initiative. She is PI of projects at both state and federal levels designed to intervene with system involved youth. Dr Finigan-Carr is the author of Linking Health and Education for African American Students’ Success (Routledge Press).
ECPN John B. Reid Early Career Award
Nadine Finigan-Carr, PHD
The ECPN John B. Reid Early Career Award is presented to an individual early in their career in prevention. This award is bestowed on someone who has shown a commitment to prevention science through outstanding contributions to research, policy, or practice