Adam R. Davis received a Ph.D. in Biology from Clark Atlanta University in 2005 with a research focus in molecular biology addressing Cathepsin-k’s regulatory role in mouse bone remodeling and resorption, with an additional focus in computational biology studying whole transcriptomic folding free energies.
In 2006, Dr. Davis completed a Bioinformatics Research-Fellowship at MSM-CVRI, with a research focus in transcriptomics and proteomics to further elucidate perturbations in gene expression and kinase activity in whole artery and SMCs during rat and separately human chronic hypertension vascular remodeling.
Dr. Davis completed a second Bioinformatics Research-Fellowship in 2010 within i2b2, National Center for Biomedical Computing, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Informatics Program with an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School. He also completed course work in Clinical Epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health.
- American Association for Cancer Research 2001 Minority Research Award.
- Phenome-Genome Characterization of Asthma in African-Americans, NHLBI (1K99HL094697) 2009-2014.
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