Gregory (Greg) Suess received his B.S. degree in Biological Sciences and Psychology in 2013 at Florida State University. He started his first lab experience with Michael Meredith investigating neuromodulators in the medial amygdala in golden hamsters. He then moved on to Karen Berkley’s lab as lab manager. In Dr. Berkley’s lab he helped conduct research on the mechanisms of peripheral pain; specifically sex and age differences in gynecological pain associated with endometriosis. Greg joined the Neuroscience institute in 2014 and is currently a member of the Frantz lab. He hopes to study the deficiencies in the aging brain and how to combat issues created from senescence in the nervous system. Besides science Greg enjoys playing watching sports, reading, and playing video games and chess.
Dmitrieva N., Suess G., Shirley R. Resolvins RvD1 and 17(R)-RvD1 alleviate signs of inflammation in a rat model of endometriosis. Fertility and Sterility.102(2014):1191-6