Jennifer Karlin, MD, PhD
Family Planning Fellow
Areas of interest:
- Complex care and chronic illness
- US urban health
- Economically-vulnerable patients
- Family planning
- Palliative care
- Addiction medicine
- Clinical ethics
- Medical education
- Medical anthropology
- History of medicine
- Community-based participatory research
- Wesleyan University, Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Science in Society Program (SiSP)
- University of Chicago, Master's in Anthropology
- University of Chicago, PhD in The Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science (CHSS)
- University of Chicago, Medical Degree
- University of California at San Francisco, Residency in Family and Community Medicine
- Karlin J. “Hematology and Oncology.” First Aid For The Family Medicine Boards, Third Edition, edited by Tao Le et al., McGraw-Hill Education, 2017.
- Holmes SM, Karlin J, Stonington SD, Gottheil DL. The First Nationwide Survey of MD-PhDs in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Training Patterns and Career Choices. BMC Med Ed 2017;17(1):60. PMID: 28327141.
- Halverson CM, Wang JY, Poulson M, Karlin J, Crowley-Matoka M, Ross LF. Living Kidney Donors Who Develop Kidney Failure: Excerpts of Their Thoughts. Am J Nephrol 2016;43(6):389-96. PMID: 27222023.
- Karlin J. Loss and Gain in Translation: Financial Epidemiology on the Southside of Chicago. Public Culture 2013;25(3):523-50.
- Karlin J, Borofsky A. Regeneration: Telling Stories from Our Twenties. Penguin Putnam, 2003.