Dr. Jay Ramadoss is a professor with Tenure in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Physiology and the C.S. Mott Center. He received his bachelor's degree and master's degree in electronics and instrumentation engineering and chemistry, respectively, from BITS, Pilani in India, and his doctoral degree in biomedical sciences with emphasis in fetal physiology from Texas A&M University. He performed postdoctoral studies in the area of reproductive physiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a member of the Research Society on Alcoholism, the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group, the Society for Reproductive Investigation and the Perinatal Research Honor Society.
Vision and mission
Through its lab members, Ramadoss' Lab is a steering force in generating knowledge in perinatology and novel physiologic approaches that improve the pregnant women's and children's health through the innovation of basic and translational medical science.
The mission of Ramadoss' lab has its base in that of C. S. Mott Center at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Thus, we seek to:
As research lab, our unique mission is to:
- discover etiologies underlying gestational disorders
- Develop empowering technologies for diagnosis and development of biomarkers
- Generate new knowledge that will improve pregnant women's and children's health with preventive and ameliorative strategies
Engaging driven and talented researchers, the lab operates closely with basic science and clinical researchers to understand critical problems in obstetric medicine and solve them using our scientific expertise.