Adam is an Associate Professor in the Centre for Health Informatics at Macquarie University and Affiliated Faculty with the Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. His research is in clinical research informatics, where he aims to improve the way results from clinical trials are used in systematic reviews; and digital epidemiology, where he uses large-scale data from news and social media to track how evidence and misinformation spread through society, with the aim of improving health behaviours. Adam has been an investigator on projects funded by the NHMRC and AHRQ; is an Associate Editor of BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, and Research Integrity and Peer Review; an Editorial Board member for JAMIA Open; and spends most of his time supporting postgraduate and early-career researchers.
A new ecosystem for evidence synthesis
Published academic paper
Making primary research synthesis ready
Proposed academic paper
An assessment of data and code availability in reviews
Standardised data files for systematic reviews