Carol Golin, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Areas of Interest
General Internal Medicine
Dr. Carol Golin is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Health Behavior and Health Education, as well as co-director of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Core, UNC Center for AIDS Research. After receiving an undergraduate degree in sociology and anthropology at Oberlin College in Ohio, she obtained her medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, and trained at the UCLA Schools of Medicine and Public Health as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar. Her interests include HIV health services and behavioral research with a special interest and expertise in implementing and evaluating health behavior interventions, particularly those related to medication adherence, patient-provider communication, shared decisions making, motivation interviewing and HIV prevention. She has lived in Chapel Hill with her two school-aged children for the past 12 years, and in addition to spending time with her family, occasionally has time to enjoy yoga, swimming, reading or cooking, and would some day like to get back to sailing.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill