Allie Scurry

Medical Science Liaison at UCB
Allie Scurry
Graduating class of Fall 2021

Summary

Allie Scurry received her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from the University of Nevada, Reno and then went on to earn her Masters of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Gould. On January 1, 2021, Allie received her Ph.D. after working in Fang Jiang’s Neuroplasticity Lab. Her dissertation combined skills she received from her M.S. and during her time as a Ph.D. student to investigate how inhibitory functions affect characteristic multisensory processing and postural deficits in natural aging. She used a multi-faceted approach including perceptual, postural, HPLC-MS, and EEG to comprehensively investigate this question.

Education

  • Ph.D. student, Integrative Neuroscience, Advisor: Fang Jiang, Ph.D., 2016 - present
  • M.S., Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Nevada, Reno, 2016
  • B.S., Neuroscience (Honors Degree); Minor – Chemistry, University of Nevada, Reno, 2011

Selected publications

  • Scurry, A.N., Dutcher, D., Werner, J.S., Jiang, F. (2019). Age-related effects on cross-modal duration perception. Multisensory Research, 32(8), 693-714. Doi:10.1163/22134808-20191461
  • Scurry, A.N., Vercillo, T., Nicholson, A., Webster, M., Jiang, F. (2019). Aging impairs temporal sensitivity, but not perceptual synchrony, across modalities. Multisensory Research, 1 – 22. doi: 10.1163/22134808-20191343
  • Scurry, A.N., Heredia D.J., Feng, C.Y., Gephart, G.B., Hennig, G.W. & Gould, T.W. (2016). Structural and Functional Abnormalities of the Neuromuscular Junction in the Trembler-J Homozygote Mouse Model of Congenital Hypomyelinating Neuropathology. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 75(4), 334-46.