Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Born in Liverpool in 1972, Andrew Brack was educated at Manchester Met University (BS Human Physiology 1997), PhD with Malcolm Irving at King's College London (2001) in Molecular Muscle Biophysics. He did two postdoctoral fellowships study muscle stem cell biology and ageing, the first also in the Randall with Simon Hughes and the second with Tom Rando at Stanford University. Andrew started his own lab at the Center for Regenerative Medicine, MGH, Harvard University in 2008. In 2015, he moved to UCSF to become Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery studying muscle stem cell biology and ageing. In 2019, he co-founded and in 2021 became Head of Biology at Arrive Bio, applying in-vivo target screening with machine learning to age-related diseases. He remains an Adjunct Full Professor at UCSF.