Adam has been the Executive Director of the Clinic since 2016. He originally joined the Clinic in 2010 as a Laboratory Technician. In 2012, he was promoted to Laboratory Scientist and in 2014 he was appointed as the Administrative Director.
As Executive Director, Adam is responsible for financial management, strategic planning, collaborative relationships, facilities, and human resources. He is a member of the Clinic’s Leadership Team, still occasionally helps in the lab, and continues to serve on the laboratory on-call schedule.
As a Laboratory Scientist, Adam was responsible for running clinical and research assays including amino acid quantitation by HPLC, urine organic acids by GC/MS, and DNA isolation from whole blood. He was also responsible for Sanger sequencing, genotyping variants with probe-based assays, and coordinating research samples. Adam has contributed to research at the Clinic and has co-authored several peer reviewed papers with Clinic colleagues.
Why are you passionate about CSC?
When I was in college I learned about CSC and the work that was done. What struck me was that advanced scientific technologies were being used to directly impact patient care in a primary care setting. As someone who has an interest in genetics, it also struck me that genetic information was being generated and used in a very practical way. When I started working at CSC, it became even more evident to me that the lab and clinical staff worked hand in hand to try and reduce or eliminate the barriers (cost, lab turnaround time, distance, etc.) that prevent patients from receiving high quality, personalized care. It is an honor for me to support and be a part of those efforts.
- 2018 St. Joseph’s University, Master of Business Administration
- 2012 Millersville University, Master of Science in Biology
- 2008 Franklin & Marshall College, Bachelor of Science in Biology
Member of American College of Healthcare Executives
2020 Rare Impact Award, National Organization for Rare Disorders
To view Adam’s peer reviewed published papers, please visit our Published Papers page HERE.