Mr. Ross received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Acadia University, located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. While at Acadia, he completed his honours thesis in freshwater aquatic ecology, conducting biomass and population estimates of local fish populations. He also gained experience as a field technician for the Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation studying American Eels in Lunenburg County. Over the course of his program, he developed a keen interest in molecular sciences. At AGADA, Mr. Ross has been extensively trained in performing in vivo functional assays such as plethysmography and GSM, and routinely performs our RT-PCR and histological analyses. In addition, he has helped develop our on-site training program for muscle biopsy processing at clinical sites, and includes the creation of the AGADA Muscle Biopsy Freezing Video. He also is responsible for writing final reports for preclinical studies.