Dr. Ross attended the University of Toronto School of Medicine and completed residencies in Emergency Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois and did an Emergency Medicine Fellowship at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Ross is an attending emergency medicine physician at a level one trauma center for Mercyhealth in the Chicagoland area. Dr. Ross is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois. He is a member, founder and former chair of International Medical Education for the American College of Emergency Physicians, the national organization representing emergency physicians, for his international work in procedural skills and medical education. Dr. Ross has created and directed provided countless invasive procedural skills labs for residents, practicing physicians, nurses, and prehospital providers across North America and around the world in emergency medicine, anesthesia and critical care specialties. Dr. Ross has numerous peer-reviewed publications as well as other publications including core textbooks such as the Cook County Manual of Emergency Procedures and the Clinical Atlas of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Ross has won attending of the year, clinical instructor of the year and medical student teaching awards for Cook County Hospital during his tenure there. Dr. Ross has also won the Presidential Citation for the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, for his contribution to the specialty.