Andrew Ludlow


Dr. Ludlow is joining our faculty for Fall 2017.

Areas of interest

Dr. Ludlow studies how humans change when they age and/or become diseased using a combination of cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and physiology. Current research projects are focused on three major areas: 1) alternative splicing regulation in aging and cancer, 2) telomere length induced changes in chromatin and gene expression, 3) exercise-induced adaptations that prevent age-related diseases. The ultimate goal is to find actionable molecules or design lifestyle interventions (diet and exercise) that prevent age-related diseases such as cancer and cardiometabolic diseases.


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