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    Adam Ross, PhD

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address1550 Fourth St
    San Francisco CA 94158
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      University of California, DavisPh.D.Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology2014
      University of California, DavisM.S.Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology2009
      University of California, DavisB.S.Biological Sciences2008
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      N.I.H.2014 - 2015T32 Postdoctoral Training Award

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      Adam completed his B.S. in Biological Sciences at the University of California, Davis in 2008. He continued at UC Davis to earn a M.S. in Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology (MCIP) with an emphasis in the regulation of skeletal muscle gene expression during atrophy in 2009. Finally, in 2014, he earned a Ph.D. from the MCIP program at UCD with an emphasis on the role of the ribosome in the regulation of craniofacial development. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Benjamin Cheyette.

      His current research aims to examine the role of Wnt signaling in autism and other neurological disorders.

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      1. Orosco LA, Ross AP, Cates SL, Scott SE, Wu D, Sohn J, Pleasure D, Pleasure SJ, Adamopoulos IE, Zarbalis KS. Loss of Wdfy3 in mice alters cerebral cortical neurogenesis reflecting aspects of the autism pathology. Nat Commun. 2014; 5:4692. PMID: 25198012; PMCID: PMC4159772.
      2. Ross AP, Zarbalis KS. The emerging roles of ribosome biogenesis in craniofacial development. Front Physiol. 2014; 5:26. PMID: 24550838; PMCID: PMC3912750.
      3. Furlow JD, Watson ML, Waddell DS, Neff ES, Baehr LM, Ross AP, Bodine SC. Altered gene expression patterns in muscle ring finger 1 null mice during denervation- and dexamethasone-induced muscle atrophy. Physiol Genomics. 2013 Dec 1; 45(23):1168-85. PMID: 24130153; PMCID: PMC3882710.
      4. Ross AP, Mansilla MA, Choe Y, Helminski S, Sturm R, Maute RL, May SR, Hozyasz KK, Wójcicki P, Mostowska A, Davidson B, Adamopoulos IE, Pleasure SJ, Murray JC, Zarbalis KS. A mutation in mouse Pak1ip1 causes orofacial clefting while human PAK1IP1 maps to 6p24 translocation breaking points associated with orofacial clefting. PLoS One. 2013; 8(7):e69333. PMID: 23935987; PMCID: PMC3723895.
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