The ADR office oversees and supports all aspects of research in the school. We implemented a seed grant program to support interdepartmental and cross-disciplinary research (see below), support for visiting scientists, and sponsor an annual retreat to promote and celebrate research. We also implemented a faculty mentoring program and a research workshop series.

The ADR office also supports all aspects of graduate training and education at the school including research, funds for student travel to conferences, student seminar programs, and an annual student symposium.

David Ross

David Ross PhD

Professor and Chair Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Email Address:david.ross@cuanschutz.edu

Primary Phone:303-724-7265

Mailing Address:
  • CU Anschutz

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

12850 East Montview Boulevard

Second Floor Room 2132A

Aurora, CO 80045

My laboratory is focused on understanding the role of the quinone reductases in physiological systems and the mechanisms underlying the toxicity of quinones. We then apply that knowledge to a number of different projects in antitumor drug development, environmental toxicology, neurodegeneration and cellular signaling.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • BSc, University of Aston in Birmingham, England (Pharmacy, Honors)
  • PhD, University of Aston in Birmingham, England (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
  • MRPS, Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society 1979- ; DABT, Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology, 1993

David Ross

David Ross PhD

Professor and Chair Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Email Address:david.ross@cuanschutz.edu

Primary Phone:303-724-7265

Mailing Address:
  • CU Anschutz

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

12850 East Montview Boulevard

Second Floor Room 2132A

Aurora, CO 80045

My laboratory is focused on understanding the role of the quinone reductases in physiological systems and the mechanisms underlying the toxicity of quinones. We then apply that knowledge to a number of different projects in antitumor drug development, environmental toxicology, neurodegeneration and cellular signaling.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • BSc, University of Aston in Birmingham, England (Pharmacy, Honors)
  • PhD, University of Aston in Birmingham, England (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
  • MRPS, Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society 1979- ; DABT, Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology, 1993