Carter Mulder


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Carter Mulder is a full time researcher in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science within Dr. Michael-Paul Schallmo's lab. As part of Dr. Schallmo's lab, he is the study coordinator for Visual Perception in Visual Snow Syndrome (VPVSS), assists with recruitment and clinical assessments for Early Vision in Psychosis (EVP), and runs and monitors EEG for the simultaneous MRI-EEG scans for State Representation in Early Psychosis (STEP).

Carter's interests include both research and clinical areas. Prior to returning to graduate school, he worked as a mental health practitioner in mental health crisis stabilization. His research interests include central nervous system disorders, visual perceptual disorders, and how mental health disorders impact marginalized individuals. Carter graduated with his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2022 completing his thesis in conjunction with Mayo Clinic (Rochester) on Parkinson's Disease, Investigating Anxiety-Like Behavior as a Non-Motor Side Effect of Deep Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus in a Parkinsonian Rat Model. Carter received his B.A. in psychology and Spanish from Winona State University in 2018. 

Headshot of Carter Mulder, researcher.