Gregory V. Carr

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Gregory V. Carr

Assistant Professor
Primary Appointment: 
Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences
410-287-4073

855 N. Wolfe Street
Rangos 373
Baltimore, MD  21205

Research topic: 

Preclinical models of neurological and psychiatric disorders

Selected Publications: 
Lohoff FW, Carr GV, Brookshire B, Ferraro TN, Lucki I. Deletion of the vesicular monoamine transporter 1 (vmat1/slc18a1) gene affects dopamine signaling. Brain Res. 2019; 1712: 151-157.
 
Buchler I, Akuma D, Au V, Carr G, de Leon P, DePasquale M, Ernst G, Huang Y, Kimos M, Kolobova A, Poslusney M, Wei H, Swinnen D, Montel F, Moureau F, Jigorel E, Schulze MED, Wood M, Barrow JC. Optimization of 8-Hydroxquinolines as Inhibitors of Catechol-O-Methyltransferase. J Med Chem. 2018; 61(21): 9647-9665.
 
Carr GV, Maltese F, Sibley DR, Weinberger DR, Papaleo F. The Dopamine D5 Receptor is Involved in Working Memory. Front Pharmacol. 2017: 8:666.
 
Carr, G.V., Chen, J., Yang, F., Ren, M., Yuan, P., Tian, Q., Bebensee, A., Zhang, G.Y., Du, J., Glineburg, P., Xun, R., Akhile, O., Akuma, D., Pickel, J., Barrow, J.C., Papaleo, F., Weinberger, D.R. KCNH2-3.1 expression impairs cognition and alters neuronal function in a model of molecular pathology associated with schizophrenia. Mol Psychiatry 2016 Nov; 21(11): 1517-1526.
 
Carr, G.V.*, Jenkins, K.A.*, Weinberger, D.R., Papaleo, F. Loss of dysbindin‐1 in mice impairs reward‐based operant learning by increasing impulsive and compulsive behavior. Behav Brain Res. 2013; 241: 173-184. *These authors contributed equally to this work.