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Assistant Professor, Queen's University, Ontario

Dr. Carver is a multidisciplinary health researcher with a PhD (Sociology) and MA (Psychology). The overarching question that guides Dr. Carver's research is 'what are the factors that impact health and well-being, especially in older age?' Using an intersectional lens and situated within One Health perspective, Dr. Carver's research and writing considers issues surrounding technology, privacy and surveillance, health/well-being as well as the human-animal bond as these intersect with gender, age and social determinants of health. Dr. Carver is also interested in applying the One Health model to practical concerns around disease transmission and treatment/prevention, well-being and the reciprocal interactions between humans and farmed, wild, abandoned and/or feral non-human animal populations.


  • 2017–present
    Assistant Professor, Queen's University
  • 2020–2021
    Privacy and Ethics Officer, Centre for Advanced Computing
  • 2017–2019
    Postdoctoral fellow, Queen's University, Ontario
  • 2015–2017
    Teaching Fellow, Queen's University, Ontario


    Carleton University, Honours Bachelor of Arts
    Queen's University, PhD (Sociology)
    Carleton University, Masters Degree (Psychology)