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.
Congrats to Moriah Weese who received an NSF GRFP Fellowship!
Moriah was awarded an NSF fellowship which will fund her research for the next 3 years! We are so proud of her!!
Congrats! The lab was just awarded a 2nd NIH R01!
The Ross lab was recently awarded an NIH R01 (NINDS) titled "Monitoring rapid guanosine signaling during ischemia"
Congrats Ross lab on being awarded your first R01!!
The Ross lab was awaarded their first NIH R01 (NIAID) titled "Monitoring neurochemical signaling dynamics in the lymph node"
Congrats to Dr. Gary Lim on his paper in J. of Neurochemistry!
This paper demonstrates rapid catecholamine signaling in meseneteric lymph nodes ex vivo!
Congrats to Yuxin and Collin for their paper in Chem. Communications!
This paper demonstrates that high Young's modulus carbon-fibers are fouling resistant to serotonin electropolymerization