Carolyn works in the area of health assessment, assisting the community with methods, materials, and quality assurance programs for the determination of vitamins, vitamin metabolites, and marker compounds in clinical, dietary supplement, and food matrices. Carolyn began her career at NIST as an ODS postdoctoral associate focused on the determination of vitamin D and vitamin D metabolites in human serum and dietary supplements. Carolyn has also been involved in the development of methods and measurement of fat-soluble vitamins in numerous clinical and food SRMs, and currently leads the Health Assessment Measurements Quality Assurance Program (HAMQAP). Carolyn is also currently a member of the JCTLM Database Working Groups for Metabolites and Substrates and Vitamins and Micronutrients.
Allen V. Astin Measurement Science Award (2018); For creating the measurement infrastructure required for global assessment of the role of vitamin D in human health. Given as a group award along with Mary Bedner, Johanna Camara, Katrice Lippa, Karen Phinney, and Lane Sander.
NIST MML Outreach Accolade (2017); NIST/SIM Chemical Metrology Working Group Training Opportunity: Isotope Dilution-Mass Spectrometry Clinical Measurement Course
NIST MML Angel Investor Award (2014); A High-Throughput, Surface-Based Ionization Technique
NIH Dietary Supplement Research Practicum (2012) Attendee and Travel Grant Recipient
ACS Undergraduate Analytical Chemistry Award (2006)