BSc (Hons), BCom (Melbourne)
Dr Adams completed his PhD at The University if Melbourne in 2008 researching epileptiform activity in in vitro models of temporal and absence epilepsies under the supervision of Profs David Williams and Terence O'Brien and Drs Chris Reid and Damian Myers. Subsequently he undertook a postdoctoral year with Prof. Gordon Lynch establishing an in vivo Ca2+ imaging technique for skeletal muscle.
In 2010 Dr Adams researched ketamine-induced network activity in schizophrenia in the laboratory of A.Prof. Didier Pinault at the University of Strasbourg (INSERM Unit U666), France.
He joined CSU as a lecturer in Anatomy and Physiology in July 2009.