Anne Friedlander, PhD
Head, Movement & Exercise
Adjunct Professor of Human Biology and Exercise Physiologist
Anne L. Friedlander, Ph.D, is an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University in the Program in Human Biology. In addition to her teaching and curriculum development responsibilities at Stanford, she has served as the Director of her Exercise Physiology Lab, the Director of the Mobility Division within the Stanford Center on Longevity (SCL), and the Associate Director for Education for the Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) at the VA Palo Alto. Dr. Friedlander has broad research experience in the areas of enhancing human performance, environmental physiology, and using physical activity and mobility to promote healthy aging. She also consults regularly with exercise physiology and wellness companies interested in developing new products, programs and ideas in the fitness and wellness space. She is passionate about the benefits of movement on the aging process and specializes in giving talks translating scientific findings on physiology and exercise into practical applications for people. Anne is an outdoor enthusiast and spends as much time as possible skiing, running, biking, and hiking, especially in the mountains.