Departments & Organizations
Lucas Adam received his degree in psychology (Dipl. Psych.) at Humboldt University of Berlin before he started Med school at Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany. He gained extensive working experience in neuroradiology and neuroscience at the Charité Center for Stroke Research (CSB) and Max Planck Institute for Human Development, both in Berlin. After completing his thesis (Dr. med.) on neural correlates of memory modulation, he joined our group as an Associate Researcher. His research focus at Yale includes therapy response assessment in liver tumors using 3D quantification techniques as well as the application of a unique ph-driven tumor diagnostic imaging method in brain tumors.
Education & Training
|MSc||Humboldt University of Berlin, Diploma in Psychology (2012)|