Dr. Russell Carr

Dr. Russell Carr

Department

  • Comparative Biomedical Sciences
  • Center for Environmental Health Sciences

Title

  • Associate Professor

Contacts

rlcarr@cvm.msstate.edu
Office: ((66) 2) -325-
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Overview

Education:

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Animal Physiology, Mississippi State University, 1994
  • Master of Science (M.S.), Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University, 1990
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Biology, Delta State University, 1987
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Chemistry, Delta State University, 1987

Publications

Conference Proceeding

  • The effects of a repeated sub-concussive brain injury using a rat model.  Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference. 2020

Journal Article

  • Effects of Chlorpyrifos on Serine Hydrolase Activities, Lipid Mediators, and Immune Responses in Lungs of Neonatal and Adult Mice. Chem Res Toxicol. Volume 34, Issue 6, Pages 1556-1571.
  • Inhibition of fatty acid amide hydrolase by chlorpyrifos in juvenile rats results in altered exploratory and social behavior as adolescents.. Neurotoxicology. Volume 77, Pages 127-136. 2020
  • Proteomic and transcriptional profiling of rat amygdala following social play.. Behavioural brain research. Volume 376, Page 112210. 2019
  • Adolescent rat social play: Amygdalar proteomic and transcriptomic data.. Data in brief. Volume 27, Page 104589. 2019
  • Effect of repeated juvenile exposure to Δ9‑tetrahydrocannabinol on anxiety-related behavior and social interactions in adolescent rats.. Neurotoxicology and teratology. Volume 69, Pages 11-20. 2018
  • Inhibition of Endocannabinoid-Metabolizing Enzymes in Peripheral Tissues Following Developmental Chlorpyrifos Exposure in Rats.. International journal of toxicology. Volume 36, Issue 5, Pages 395-402. 2017
  • Decreased anxiety in juvenile rats following exposure to low levels of chlorpyrifos during development.. Neurotoxicology. Volume 59, Pages 183-190. 2017
  • Comparison of inhibition kinetics of several organophosphates, including some nerve agent surrogates, using human erythrocyte and rat and mouse brain acetylcholinesterase. Toxicology letters. Volume 248, Page 39–45. 2016