Andrew P. Landstrom, M.D., Ph.D.

Andrew P. Landstrom, M.D., Ph.D.

Mayo Clinic in Rochester, 2005
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, 2012

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Education

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Bio

I am a physician-scientist, pediatric cardiologist at Duke University School of Medicine. I care for children with heritable arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death-predisposing disease. I run a translational basic science laboratory exploring the genetic and molecular causes of sudden cardiac arrest.

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Mayo Clinic Education

Campus: Mayo Clinic in Rochester

Name: Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine

Degree: Medical Student

Specialty: M.D. - Ph.D.

Year: 2012

Campus: Mayo Clinic in Rochester

Name: Mayo Medical School (MMS)

Degree: Medical Student

Specialty: M.D. - Ph.D.

Year: 2012

Campus: Mayo Clinic in Rochester

Name: Mayo Medical School (MMS)

Degree: Medical Student

Specialty: Medicine

Year: 2005

Other Education

Name: Baylor College of Medicine

Degree: Post-doctoral Research Fellowship

Specialty: Biophysics

Year: 2017

Name: Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children\'s Hospital

Degree: Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology

Specialty: Pediatric Cardiology

Year: 2017

Name: Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children\'s Hospital

Degree: Residency in Pediatrics

Specialty: Pediatrics

Year: 2014

Name: Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children\'s Hospital

Degree: Fellowship in Pediatric Electrophysiology

Specialty: Pediatric Cardiology

Year: 2018

Name: Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine

Degree: Medical Student

Specialty:

Year: 2012

Fields of Practice
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Medical Genetics
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Biophysics
Professional Organizations

Name: American Academy of Pediatrics
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Name: American Heart Association
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Name: Pediatric and Adult Congenital Electrophysiology Society
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Name: American College of Cardiology
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Name: Heart Rhythm Society
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Medical / Research Interests

The sudden death of an otherwise healthy child can devastate families and up-end entire communities. These deaths often represent the fringe of clinical medicine where answers to diagnosis, risk stratification, and individualized life-saving interventions demand knowledge of functional genomics and cellular physiology in addition to clinical medicine. As a physician-scientist trained in the confluence of pediatric cardiology, human genetics, and molecular pharmacology, I seek to leverage genomics, cellular physiology, and molecular biophysics to determine why these children die, how to identify at-risk family members, and how to target the specific molecular abrogation that perturbs these children’s hearts.

Mayo Clinic Societies
  • Name: Mayo Clinic Alumni Association
    Role: MCAA Regular Membership

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