Andrew Skildum
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Credentials
PhD

Assistant Professor
Biography

Research Summary

Dr. Skildum's research interests are in understanding the basic molecular biology of cancer cells, with the goal of decreasing the often devastating impact cancer has on the lives of patients and their families. Dr. Skildum moved to the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus in the fall of 2004. He worked in the laboratory of Dr. Kendall Wallace, where he initiated a study of potential links between mitochondrial infidelity and antiestrogen resistance in human breast cancer. He was appointed Assistant Professor in 2011 and teaches in the areas of metabolism and microbiology.

Fellowships, Residencies, and Visiting Engagements

IRACDA Scholar, Other
University of Minnesota Medical School Duluth Campus
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Fellowship
University of Minnesota Medical School Duluth
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Fellowship
University of Minnesota