Andrew Ludlow

Andrew Ludlow


Dr. Andrew Ludlow is currently Assistant Professor of Movement Science and Director of the Integrative Molecular Genetics Lab in the School of Kinesiology. Prior to his time at U-M, Dr. Ludlow was an Assistant Instructor for UTSWMC Cell Biology after completing his Ph.D. in Kinesiology at the School of Public Health, University of Maryland.

Dr. Ludlow received numerous scholarships and fellowships during his undergraduate and graduate career. He has published more than multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals, including the International Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of Aging Research and Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Dr. Ludlow is an ad hoc reviewer for multiple journals for Sports Science and Physiology, and has spoken in numerous presentations about his work on Sports Medicine all over the nation and internationally. He has won many honors such as the UT Southwestern Post-Doctoral Association travel award and the Simmons Cancer Center Post-Doctoral travel award for his work on cancer cell splicing. 

Areas of interest

Telomeres, telomerase, alternative splicing regulation, chromatin biology, miRNAs, RNA biology, diseases of aging, and cancer.


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