Adam graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA . There he researched a variety of novel genes and their roles in early mammalian development.  Determined to continue exploring the mechanistic roles these genes played in the organization of the mammalian embryo, he continued this research while earning his MSc in Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences from the same institution. Motivated to make a more direct impact on human health, Adam joined the Bodamer Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital. Adam is excited to see his work in the lab directly benefit the health of patients.