Carrie joined Wilder Research in 2021 and works on a variety of collaborative research and evaluation projects. Her research interests include structural and social determinants of health equity as well as health policy, cross-sector collaboration, and mental health and substance use disorder treatment.
Before joining Wilder Research, Carrie was a Research Fellow at the State Heath Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health, where she specialized in qualitative health policy evaluations. Carrie has a master’s degree in public health from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Macalester College.
Au-Yeung, C., Blewett, L., & Winkelman, T. (2021). Increasing access to medications for opioid use disorder: Policy strategies during and after COVID-19 pandemic. New York, NY: Milbank Memorial Fund.
Au-Yeung, C., & Planalp, C. (2019). Mental health and substance use disorder parity under the ACA: National and state estimates of parity gains as of 2017. SHADAC Issue Brief. Minneapolis, MN: State Health Access Data Assistance Center.
Au-Yeung, C., Blewett L., & Lange, K. (2018). Addressing the rural opioid addiction and overdose crisis through cross-sector collaboration: Little Falls, Minnesota. American Journal of Public Health, 109: 260-262.
Au-Yeung, C., & Worrall, C. (2018). Minnesota’s Accountable Communities for Health: Context and core components. SHADAC Issue Brief. Minneapolis, MN: State Health Access Data Assistance Center.