Andrew C. Dudley, PhD
Drew completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne in Australia where he worked on endothelial cell dysfunction associated with diabetic retinopathy. He was then a post doc and Instructor at Harvard Medical School & Children’s Hospital Boston and a member of the Vascular Biology Program headed by Dr. Judah Folkman. For his post doc with Dr. Michael Klagsbrun, Drew focused on the tumor microenvironment and he carried out studies to determine how endothelial cell dysfunction drives tumor progression. In December 2010, Drew started his own lab at UNC Chapel Hill where he was an Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and Physiology. In 2016, he was recruited to the University of Virginia where he is currently an Associate Professor of Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology and a member of the Emily Couric Cancer Center.