The Team



Adam led an initiative focusing on the physics of ageing as a Research Fellow at the Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology in Stony Brook, New York from 2015 to 2018.  Having completed his PhD on the mechanisms of protein unfolding at the Center for Biological Physics in Phoenix, Arizona in 2011, he investigated the role of cellular machinery in controlling proteome stability as a Post-doctoral Research Associate at Stony Brook University until 2015.

Adam has a strong cross-disciplinary background in the dynamics and evolutionary trade-offs of protein quality control.  He was among the first to apply theoretical methods for predicting the susceptibility of proteins to oxidative damage and its impact on misfolding and age-related decline.  He is currently Senior Scientist at Methuselah Health, designing platforms for the analysis of proteome instability and identification of novel targets for intervention.