M. Ross Bullock, MD, PhD

M. Ross Bullock, MD, PhD, moved to the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) as assistant professor in neurosurgery in 1992, having done residencies in both Durban, South Africa and the University of Glasgow, where he was also senior lecturer for five years. He maintained a busy clinical practice in neurotrauma and cerebrovascular, served as a principal investigator for several NIH and industry-sponsored neurotrauma research studies, including a program project award and twelve neuroprotection trials with the pharmaceutical industry. He maintained basic laboratory research programs, both at MCV, and at the University of Miami after moving there in 2007. He co-authored over 350 publications and trained fellows and residents from all over the world in both laboratory and clinical neurotrauma. He served as chair of the AANS/CNS Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care and as chair of the Neurotrauma Society and has reviewed for 19 journals, the NIH and DOD. Dr. Bullock also served eight years on the US Armed Forces Medical Board.