Adam is a post-doctoral research assistant in the lab of Professor Paul Dyson. His current project involves exploring the efficacy of enhanced bacterial immunotherapy in the treatment of colorectal cancer. This project is supported by AgorIP and conducted in collaboration with Dr Lee Parry at Cardiff University.
Adam graduated from Cardiff University in 2013 with a BSc in Biochemistry. He subsequently joined the Neurology and Molecular Neuroscience group at Swansea University to begin his PhD studies focusing on gene variants affecting mRNA splicing in epilepsy. Following the completion of his PhD in 2018, Adam continued his research in epilepsy as a post-doctoral research assistant in addition to investigating tubulinopathies relating to malformations of cortical development.