Ross is an Associate Research Specialist and coordinates twin neuroimaging visits. He also coordinates data processing and supervises undergraduate research assistants. Ross graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a B.S. in psychology. He is interested in the neurological underpinnings of behaviors and emotions, as well as their clinical implications.
Ross brings a diverse research background in Psychiatry, Human Computer Interaction, and Social Psychology. In another line of research mentored by Dr. Erin Costanzo, he is examining the psychological and immune functioning of cancer patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation. Outside of work, Ross enjoys sailing on Lake Mendota and the view of the Memorial Union Terrace from the water.