Giuseppe Coppotelli, Ph.D. investigates how protein homeostasis deregulation and mitochondrial dysfunction in the aging brain could contribute to chronic inflammation and dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease. What drew you to this area of research?Growing up, I was always curious about living organisms. How do plants grow? How do they know to turn their leaves to […]Continue reading "Q&A: Giuseppe Coppotelli, Ph.D."
The URI Foundation & Alumni Engagement (URIFAE) is pleased to announce that George and Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience Co-Executive Director John K. Robinson has been named Thomas M. Ryan Professor of Neuroscience.Continue reading "Ryan Institute Co-Director John Robinson named Thomas M. Ryan Professor of Neuroscience"
Joe Schrader, research assistant professor of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, uses mass spectroscopy proteomics to investigate biomarkers and disease mechanisms in Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. He shares his thoughts on research, how being a musician makes him a better scientist, and why he hasn’t missed a day of running in seven years. What drew […]Continue reading "Q&A with Joseph Schrader, Ph.D."
__________________________ 2020 Metabolomics biomarker discovery in cerebrospinal fluid for cerebral amyloid angiopathy. Van den Berg E, Kuiperij HB, Van Nostrand WE*, Peters TMA, Coene KLM, Engelke UFH, De Boer S, Verbeek MM. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, December 2020. Wiley. A recommended “minimum data set” framework for SD-OCT retinal image acquisition and analysis from the Atlas of […]Continue reading "Past Publications"
Assistant Professor Jaime Ross investigates fundamental questions of aging. In this Q&A, she shares her thoughts on the questions that drive her research and what she finds most encouraging about the aging process. How did you become interested in studying aging?It happened by accident. I was studying a robust model of premature aging developed at […]Continue reading "Q&A with Jaime Ross, Ph.D."
(♯) Corresponding author(†) signifies trainees Adelöf J, Ross JM, Zetterberg M, Hernebring M. (2021). Survival-Span Method: How to Qualitatively Estimate Lifespan to Improve the Study of Aging, and not Disease, in Aging Studies. Frontiers in Aging, Dec 2021. Potts E†, Coppotelli G, Ross JM#. (July 2020) Histological-based stainings using free-floating method. Journal of Visualized Experiments. […]Continue reading "Ross Protocols"
Q&AThe Power of CollaborationRyan Institute Co-Directors John Robinson and William Van Nostrand team up on a shared vision for the Institute. William Van Nostrand and John Robinson’s ongoing research collaboration began at Stony Brook University more than 15 years ago, thanks to a chance meeting in a park. In 2017, they moved their research programs […]Continue reading "Copy Co-Directors"
Q&AThe Power of CollaborationRyan Institute Co-Directors John Robinson and William Van Nostrand team up on a shared passion for the future of the Ryan Institute. William Van Nostrand and John Robinson’s ongoing research collaboration began at Stony Brook University more than 15 years ago, thanks to a chance meeting in a park. In 2017, they […]Continue reading "Co-Directors"
August 2023 Key findings from the Ross lab’s work on microplastics are published in the International Journal of Molecular Science. June 2023 The Ross lab receives a URI Plastics Seed Grant to study the lifecycle of microplastics in the body and their impact on brain health, with Dr. Ross as principal investigator. September update: […]Continue reading "Ross News"
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