Heather Carryl is a postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Patrick Kanold in the Biology department at the University of Maryland. Her research investigates the functional connectivity of developing auditory cortex in vitro, with the use of laser-scanning photostimulation and whole-cell patch clamping. She previously worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Neuroscience Research at Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. She earned her PhD in Neuro-developmental Physiology from Howard University.
Carryl H, Swang M, Lawrence J, Curtis K, Kamboj H, Van Rompay KK, De Paris K, Burke MW. (20150. Of Mice and Monkeys: Can Animal Models Be Utilized to Study Neurological Consequences of Pediatric HIV-1 Infection? ACS Chem Neurosci. 6(8): 1276-1289. PMID: 26034832
Curtis K, Rollins M, Carryl H, Bradshaw K, Van Rompay KK, Abel K, Burke MW. (2015) Reduction of Pyramidal and Immature Hippocampal Neurons in Pediatric SIV Infection. NeuroReport. 25(13) 973-8. PMID: 25102373
Carryl H, Van Rompay KK, De Paris K, Burke MW. (2017). Hippocampal Neuronal Loss in Infant Macaques Orally Infected with Virulent Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV). BrainSci. 10;7(4). PMID: 28394273