- Program Graduate
- WIRB, 7th Floor
PhD(c), Western University
BSc, Kinesiology, Western University
Adam is currently completing his Doctoral studies in Medical Biophysics at the Robarts Research Institute at Western University. Adam’s research has focused on creating and implementing a research model of joint replacement for scientists focused on improving Orthopaedic implant longevity in patients. Adam’s areas of expertise include Medical Imaging and 3D Metal Printing, and he has received support through a CIHR STIHR scholarship, and a Transdisciplinary Research Award from the Bone and Joint Institute at Western. Alongside his Doctoral work, Adam has completed training programs in Health Leadership and Innovation through the Ivey School of Business. An award-winning speaker, Adam was the 2016 recipient of the A.C. Groom Award in Medical Biophysics, as well as a Proteus Innovation Competition winner in 2018. Adam’s goal is to continue working at the intersection of medical innovation and business, and develop technology aimed at improving patient care and health outcomes.