Ramon Bossardi Ramos, PhD

Assistant Professor
Molecular and Cellular Physiology

Areas of Study

Bioinformatics, epigenetics, endothelial dysfunction, long-term inflammation, molecular biology, and genomics


  • Albany Medical College2023Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • Business School Sao Paulo, Brazil2019MBA
  • Johns Hopkins University2016Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil2014PhD
  • Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil2011MSc
  • Centro Universit√°rio Metodista, Brazil2010BS


My lab focuses on bioinformatics, epigenetics, and inflammation's effect on endothelial health.

I started my career at UFRGS/Brazil and explored multifactorial disease molecular bases.

As a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University, I researched epigenetics, especially gene imprinting and DNA methylation. During a second postdoctoral fellowship at Albany Medical College, I studied IL-6 signaling's impact on endothelial DNA and SOCS3's protective role.

I currently lead the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology's bioinformatics core, specializing in multiomics data analysis derived from molecular techniques. My research aims to establish a comprehensive understanding of how epigenetic modifications directly influence endothelial dysfunction.