Elliott Ross, Ph.D.

Professor

Endowed Title: Greer Garson and E.E. Fogelson Distinguished Chair in Medical Research

Department: Pharmacology, Green Center for Systems Biology

Graduate Programs: Cell Regulation, Molecular Biophysics

Biography

Dr. Ross’s research focuses on how cells receive, amplify, integrate, and sort information. The work focuses on the integrated control of cellular signaling pathways, particularly those that involve GTP-binding proteins.

Education

Undergraduate University of California-Davis (1970), Biochemistry
Graduate School Cornell University (1975)

Research Interests

  • Computational modeling of signaling networks
  • Integration of biological signaling
  • Interaction of membrane-bound enzymes and hormone receptors
  • Mechanisms of G protein-mediated signal transduction
  • Structure of G protein-coupled receptors

Publications

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Honors/Awards

  • NIGMS MERIT Award
    (2002)
  • ASPET Goodman and Gilman Award for Drug-Receptor Pharmacology
    (1996)
  • Chairman, Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Pharmacology
    (1991)
  • Scientific Director, NATO/FEBS Adv. Study Inst. on Biological Signal Transduction
    (1990)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (Section on Molecular Pharmacology)
  • Biophysical Society