Carter Carlos graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.S. in Computer Science and a minor in Biomedical Physics. Carter spent three summers as an engineering intern for EP Technologies, LLC in Akron, Ohio where he assisted a small team of scientists investigate applications of non-thermal atmospheric-pressure plasma for healthcare settings. Additionally, Carter worked with Dr. Shuiwang Ji and the Data Integration, Visualization, and Exploration (DIVE) Lab at Washington State University developing neural networks for classification of biomedical images. Currently, he is a Sara S. Sparrow Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience at the McPartland Lab. After his time at the Yale Child Study Center, Carter plans on pursuing a PhD in neuroscience.
Education & Training
- BSWashington University in St. Louis, Computer Science (2018)