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Ryan Ross

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentCell and Molecular Medicine
AddressChicago IL 60612
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    My Scopus ID is 22433638000.
    My NIH COMMONS name is RROSS84.

    Research Areas:
    Ross’ research is focused in two areas: skeletal mineralization and circulating biomarkers. Mineralization is the final step in the bone formation phase, providing the skeletal with its characteristic mechanical properties. Despite its importance to the overall function of the skeletal, it remains poorly understood and difficult to study. Ross’ lab is currently working to develop a novel small animal model to study mineralization. Once this model is fully validated, it can be used to develop a new understanding of the mineralization process and the effect that various drugs, genes, and nutritional factors have on mineralization.

    Ross has also been working on various projects related to the use of circulating biomarkers as diagnostic tools. These markers may help identify patients suffering from diseases, such as peri-implant osteolysis prior to current clinical diagnoses, widening the treatment window and preventing subsequent revision surgeries.

    My Faculty Profile at Rush University Medical Center:
    https://www.rushu.rush.edu/faculty/ryan-ross-phd

    My Laboratory:
    https://www.rushu.rush.edu/research/departmental-research/cell-and-molecular-medicine-research/laboratory-d-rick-sumner-phd

    My NCBI Bibliography:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/browse/collection/41510067/?sort=date&direction=descending

    My Scopus:
    https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=22433638000

    Education:
    PhD, University of Notre Dame


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    1. Ross RD, Sumner DR. Erratum to: Bone Matrix Maturation in a Rat Model of Intra-Cortical Bone Remodeling. Calcif Tissue Int. 2017 Aug; 101(2):204-206. PMID: 28455562.
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    2. Moran MM, Wilson BM, Ross RD, Virdi AS, Sumner DR. Arthrotomy-based preclinical models of particle-induced osteolysis: A systematic review. J Orthop Res. 2017 May 26. PMID: 28548682.
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    3. Ross RD, Sumner DR. Bone Matrix Maturation in a Rat Model of Intra-Cortical Bone Remodeling. Calcif Tissue Int. 2017 Aug; 101(2):193-203. PMID: 28374176.
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    4. Mashiatulla M, Ross RD, Sumner DR. Validation of cortical bone mineral density distribution using micro-computed tomography. Bone. 2017 Jun; 99:53-61. PMID: 28363808.
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    5. Ross RD, Mashiatulla M, Acerbo AS, Almer JD, Miller LM, Johnson ML, Sumner DR. HBM Mice Have Altered Bone Matrix Composition and Improved Material Toughness. Calcif Tissue Int. 2016 Oct; 99(4):384-95. PMID: 27230741.
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    6. Ross RD, Mashiatulla M, Robling AG, Miller LM, Sumner DR. Bone Matrix Composition Following PTH Treatment is Not Dependent on Sclerostin Status. Calcif Tissue Int. 2016 Feb; 98(2):149-57. PMID: 26514840.
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    7. Elangovan S, Khorsand B, Do AV, Hong L, Dewerth A, Kormann M, Ross RD, Sumner DR, Allamargot C, Salem AK. Chemically modified RNA activated matrices enhance bone regeneration. J Control Release. 2015 Nov 28; 218:22-8. PMID: 26415855; PMCID: PMC4631704 [Available on 11/28/16].
    8. D'Mello SR, Elangovan S, Hong L, Ross RD, Sumner DR, Salem AK. A Pilot Study Evaluating Combinatorial and Simultaneous Delivery of Polyethylenimine-Plasmid DNA Complexes Encoding for VEGF and PDGF for Bone Regeneration in Calvarial Bone Defects. Curr Pharm Biotechnol. 2015; 16(7):655-60. PMID: 25934975; PMCID: PMC4834972.
    9. D'Mello S, Elangovan S, Hong L, Ross RD, Sumner DR, Salem AK. Incorporation of copper into chitosan scaffolds promotes bone regeneration in rat calvarial defects. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2015 Jul; 103(5):1044-9. PMID: 25230382; PMCID: PMC4363304.
    10. Kousik SM, Napier TC, Ross RD, Sumner DR, Carvey PM. Dopamine receptors and the persistent neurovascular dysregulation induced by methamphetamine self-administration in rats. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2014 Nov; 351(2):432-9. PMID: 25185214.
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    11. Ross RD, Edwards LH, Acerbo AS, Ominsky MS, Virdi AS, Sena K, Miller LM, Sumner DR. Bone matrix quality after sclerostin antibody treatment. J Bone Miner Res. 2014 Jul; 29(7):1597-607. PMID: 24470143.
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    12. Ross RD, Virdi AS, Liu S, Sena K, Sumner DR. Particle-induced osteolysis is not accompanied by systemic remodeling but is reflected by systemic bone biomarkers. J Orthop Res. 2014 Jul; 32(7):967-73. PMID: 24604767.
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    13. Ross RD, Hamilton JL, Wilson BM, Sumner DR, Virdi AS. Pharmacologic augmentation of implant fixation in osteopenic bone. Curr Osteoporos Rep. 2014 Mar; 12(1):55-64. PMID: 24293098.
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    14. Elangovan S, D'Mello SR, Hong L, Ross RD, Allamargot C, Dawson DV, Stanford CM, Johnson GK, Sumner DR, Salem AK. The enhancement of bone regeneration by gene activated matrix encoding for platelet derived growth factor. Biomaterials. 2014 Jan; 35(2):737-47. PMID: 24161167; PMCID: PMC3855224.
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