Carla Toro, PhD
Carla has an interest in the role infections may have in the pathophysiology of psychiatric illness. Having studied BSc HONS and PhD in Neuroscience at The University of Nottingham and University of Manchester, UK, she has almost two decades of experience in working with human post-mortem brain samples. She participates in discussion on the diverse actions HHV-6 may have in human CNS.
Louise G. Chatlynne, PhD
Dr. Chatlynne helped set up the laboratories of Retrovirology Department at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and designed the first usable ELISA test for HHV-8 antibodies. She worked for many years in industry working on viral reagents and doing in vitro antiviral testing. Instead of retiring, she is contributing her time to the HHV-6 Foundation to do literature research and to assist scientists in preparing their scientific findings for publication.
Advisor & Patient Advocate
Judith is a sales and marketing consultant in the technology industry who brings her skills to the Foundation to assist with researcher collaborations, outreach, planning, marketing and patient advocacy.