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Douglas J. Adams

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Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

UConn Health Center
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Phone: (860) 486-4976
Email: dadams@nso.uchc.edu  Web: http://facultydirectory.uchc.edu/profile?profileId=Adams-Douglas
 
 

Education

  • Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, The University of Iowa
  • M.S., Bioengineering, Clemson University
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineer, University of Wyoming

 

Awards

  • 33rd International Sun Valley Hard Tissue Workshop Travel Award
  • Orthopaedic Research Society New Investigator Recognition Award Finalist
  • University of Iowa Fellowship, 1991-1994
  • Excellence in Research Award in the Category of Clinical Science
  • Student Paper Award
  • Rehabilitation Research Award: “Instrumented Crutches”
  • Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering Graduate Scholarship Award
  • ASME E. & W. Parsons Memorial Scholarship Recipient
  • Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship Award
  • Top Graduating Senior in Mechanical Engineering in Class
  • Clemson University Alumni Fellowship, 1986-1987
  • Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
  • Wyoming Engineering Society Scholarship
  • Continental Pipeline Scholarship
  • Outstanding Sophomore Student Engineer
  • Paul Stock Foundation Scholarship Recipient
  • University of Wyoming Scholars Program, 1982-1986
  • University of Wyoming Scholars Program, 1982-1986
  • University of Wyoming Honors Scholarship, 1982-1986
  • Valedictorian

 

Current Publications

“Analysis of αSMA-Labeled Progenitor Cell Commitment Identifies Notch Signaling as an Important Pathway in Fracture Healing.” Matthews, Brya G; Grcevic, Danka; Wang, Liping; Hagiwara, Yusuke; Roguljic, Hrvoje; Joshi, Pujan; Shin, Dong-Guk; Adams, Douglas J; Kalajzic, Ivo (2013)Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research.

“Bone-Specific Overexpression of NPY Modulates Osteogenesis.”Matic, I; Matthews, B G; Kizivat, T; Igwe, J C; Marijanovic, I; Ruohonen, S T; Savontaus, E; Adams, D J; Kalajzic, I (2012) Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions 4 (12) 209-18.

“Optimally Porous and Biomechanically Compatible Scaffolds for Large-Area Bone Regeneration.”
Amini, Ami R; Adams, Douglas J; Laurencin, Cato T; Nukavarapu, Syam P (2012) Tissue engineering. Part A 13-14 (18) 1376-88.

“Osteoblast-Specific Overexpression of Human Interleukin-7 Rescues the Bone Mass Phenotype of Interleukin-7-Deficient Female Mice.”Aguila, Hector L; Mun, Se Hwan; Kalinowski, Judith; Adams, Douglas J; Lorenzo, Joseph A; Lee, Sun-Kyeong (2012) Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 5 (27) 1030-42.

“In Vivo Fate Mapping Identifies Mesenchymal Progenitor Cells.”Grcevic, Danka; Pejda, Slavica; Matthews, Brya G; Repic, Dario; Wang, Liping; Li, Haitao; Kronenberg, Mark S; Jiang, Xi; Maye, Peter; Adams, Douglas J; Rowe, David W; Aguila, Hector L; Kalajzic, Ivo (2012) Stem cells (Dayton, Ohio) 2 (30) 187-96.

“Radius Fracture Repair Using Volumetrically Expanding Polyurethane Bone Cement.” Boxberger, John I; Adams, Douglas J; Diaz-Doran, Vilmaris; Akkarapaka, Naresh B; Kolb, Eric D (2011) The Journal of hand surgery 8 (36) 1294-302.

“Hyperlipidemia Induces Resistance to PTH Bone Anabolism in Mice via Oxidized Lipids.”Sage, Andrew P; Lu, Jinxiu; Atti, Elisa; Tetradis, Sotirios; Ascenzi, Maria-Grazia; Adams, Douglas J; Demer, Linda L; Tintut, Yin (2011) Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 6 (26) 1197-206.

“Micro-CT Enables Microlocalisation and Quantification of Her2-Targeted Gold Nanoparticles Within Tumour Regions.” Hainfeld, J F; O’Connor, M J; Dilmanian, F A; Slatkin, D N; Adams, D J; Smilowitz, H M (2011) The British journal of radiology 1002 (84) 526-33.