Dr. Ashley Ross

Ashley Ross is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry. She is a bioanalytical chemist with expertise in electrochemistry, microfluidics, neurochemistry, immunology, and ex vivo experimentation. The Ross lab has research interests focused on developing methods to probe brain-immune communications and methods for quantifying neurotransmitter signaling between the brain and immune system.



September 14, 2020

Congrats on the NIH R01!!

Congrats to the lab for being awarded an NIH R01 titled "Monitoring neurochemical signaling dynamics in the lymph node"!! This award will fund the lab for 5 years to develop and apply new electrochemical methods to monitor neuroimmune signaling in the mesenteric lymph nodes in real-time!

July 21, 2020

Congrats Yuxin and Collin for making the Back Cover of Chem Comm!!

Our recent paper in Chem Comm was featured in the Emerging Investigators 2020 Issue and the Back Cover!! Check it out here!

June 15, 2020

Congrats to Gary on his latest paper in Journal of Neurochemistry!

This is the first paper to measure transient catecholamine signaling in the mesenteric lymph node!! This paper sets the foundation for studying neuroimmune communication in the gut!

May 19, 2020

Congrats Yuxin and Collin on their recenlty published paper in RSC Chem Comm!!

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Department of Chemistry

University of Cincinnati

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