Dr. Schlosser is a Medical Anthropologist who studies health and healthcare experiences among socioeconomically marginalized populations in the U.S. Her work focuses on illegal drug use and related interventions, drawing on ethnographic and mixed research methods to examine residential treatment, community-led prevention efforts, and harm reduction programs. The overarching goal of this work is to understand how cultural, social, political, and economic factors influence how marginalized members of society experience health and healing using methods that foreground their voices. Her recent research examines cultural concepts of “addiction” and patient experiences of its treatment in context of the U.S. opioid epidemic. Dr. Schlosser is also a dedicated yoga and meditation practitioner, and teaches yoga, meditation, and mindful movement classes in community and university contexts.