Gregory M. Ross
Northern Ontario school of Medicine
1998-1999 Assistant Professor and Queen’s National Scholar Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology & Toxicology Queen’s University 1999-2001 Assistant Professor and Queen’s National Scholar Department of Physiology Queen’s University 2001-2004 Associate Professor and Queen’s National Scholar Departments of Physiology, Biology, and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Gregory Ross, PhD, is a biomedical research scientist specializing in disorders of the nervous system. Dr. Ross’ research is focused on the influence of environmental factors on brain disease, and he has study sites throughout Ontario and in other regions of Canada. He holds several grants to support his research, including awards from the ALS Society of Canada, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. Prior to joining the Northern Ontario School of Medicine as Associate Dean, Research, Greg was on the faculty of Queen’s University in Kingston, and earlier trained at McMaster University in Hamilton. Greg is very active in the Canadian biotechnology sector, and serves on many advisory boards and review panels, at both provincial and national levels. He is the scientific founder of two successful biotechnology companies in Canada, and is the recipient of a national scholarship for research excellence. Greg was the Associate Dean, Research at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine from 2005 - 2015.