Undergraduate education

Case Western Reserve University, BS, 2007

Years in MSTP



Neuroscience, 2014


Mary Halloran, PhD

Thesis title

Role of Calsyntenin-1 and Endosomal Trafficking in the Development of the Zebrafish Sensory Nervous System


Psychiatry, University of Maryland, 2016-

Current position

Resident, Department of Psychiatry, University of Maryland Medical Center

PhD publications

Ponomareva OY, Eliceiri KW, Halloran MC. Charcot-Marie-Tooth 2b associated Rab7 mutations cause axon growth and guidance defects during vertebrate sensory neuron development. Neural Dev. 2016 Jan 20;11(1):2. PMID: 26791407; PMCID: PMC4721196.

Ponomareva OY, Holmen IC, Sperry AJ, Eliceiri KW, Halloran MC. Calsyntenin-1 Regulates Axon Branching and Endosomal Trafficking during Sensory Neuron Development In Vivo. J Neurosci. 2014 Jul 9;34(28):9235-48. PMID: 25009257; PMCID: PMC4087204.