Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Sarah Ross

Sarah Ross comes from Scotland. She gained her PhD with Professor Sir Peter Downes in Dundee, investigating how oxygen-derived signalling molecules regulate cell functions. She obtained a FEBS long-term fellowship to move to UMC Utrecht, Netherlands in 2008 to research signalling pathways involved in the integrity of tissue architecture with Professor Johannes Bos before returning to Dundee to join Professor Cantrell in early 2013. She has 11 publications with over 300 citations. Sarah is interested in making science accessible through public engagement and supporting the development of young scientists.

Latest Publications

Signaling and Function of Interleukin-2 in T Lymphocytes.

Ross SH, Cantrell DA

Annual review of immunology
36 1545-3278:411-433 (2018)

PMID: 29677473

Interleukin-2 shapes the cytotoxic T cell proteome and immune environment-sensing programs.

Rollings CM, Sinclair LV, Brady HJM

Science signaling
11 1937-9145: (2018)

PMID: 29666307

Rasip1 mediates Rap1 regulation of Rho in endothelial barrier function through ArhGAP29.

Post A, Pannekoek WJ, Ross SH

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
110 1091-6490:11427-32 (2013)

PMID: 23798437

Ezrin is required for efficient Rap1-induced cell spreading.

Ross SH, Post A, Raaijmakers JH

Journal of cell science
124 1477-9137:1808-18 (2011)

PMID: 21540295

Differential redox regulation within the PTP superfamily.

Ross SH, Lindsay Y, Safrany ST

Cellular signalling
19 0898-6568:1521-30 (2007)

PMID: 17346927

Stimulation of PI 3-kinase signaling via inhibition of the tumor suppressor phosphatase, PTEN.

Downes CP, Ross S, Maccario H

Advances in enzyme regulation
47 0065-2571:184-94 (2007)

PMID: 17343901

Substrate specificity and acute regulation of the tumour suppressor phosphatase, PTEN.

Downes CP, Perera N, Ross S

Biochemical Society symposium
0067-8694:69-80 (2007)

PMID: 17233581

Redox regulation of phosphatase function.

Leslie NR, Lindsay Y, Ross SH

Biochemical Society transactions
32 0300-5127:1018-20 (2004)

PMID: 15506952