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 Interest

  • 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