Katherine Carroll, PhD is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Centre for Health Communication, University of Technology Sydney, Australia. She holds an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant titled, "Liquid Gold: establishing the place of donated human milk in the tissue economy" and a University of Technology Sydney Early Career Research Grant, "Milk Donation After Neonatal Loss". Her research into the delivery of health care extends into neonatal intensive care, adult intensive care, and fertility clinics. She uses ethnographic, interview and visual methods to work collaboratively with clinical staff and patients.
Katherine is a member of The Australian Sociology Association (TASA) and the American Sociology Association (ASA).
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Technology Sydney
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The University of Sydney
University of Technology Sydney, Doctor of Philosophy
La Trobe University, Bachelor of Arts (Hons)
La Trobe University, Bachelor of Physiotherapy
The Cost of Using Donor Human Milk to Achieve Exclusive Human Milk Feeding Through 32 Weeks Postmenstrual Age, Breastfeeding Medicine
Infertile? The Emotional Labour of Doing Sensitive and Feminist Research Methodologies, Qualitative Research
Introducing Donor Human Milk to the NICU: Lessons for Australia, Breastfeeding Review
Informed consent and fresh egg-donation for stem cell research: the case for incorporating embodied knowledge into ethical decision-making, International Journal of Bioethical Inquiry
Grants and Contracts
Breast Milk Donation After Neonatal Loss
University of Technology Sydney
Liquid Gold”: establishing the place of donated human milk in the tissue economy