Adam S. Kollipara, MPH, is the Project Manager for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) / National Institute on Aging (NIA)-funded STROKE COG Study and the Cognitive Health Services Research Program (COG-HSR). He received his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and Minor in Music from the University of Michigan–Dearborn in April 2018. He was a Student Research Associate with the Cancer Surveillance and Outcomes Research Team (CanSORT) from August 2015 to September 2021 under the leadership of Steven Katz, MD, MPH. In April 2021, he graduated with a Master of Public Health in Population & Health Sciences through the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor School of Public Health, attaining a graduate certificate in Health Behavior & Health Equity.
He provides expertise and assistance in web-based information culling strategies to contribute to grant, project, and paper development; research procedures including survey development and deployment; protection of human subject procedures; dissemination of science by supporting presentation and article development; and enabling and maintaining science team communication through conferencing and other online platforms.
Please contact Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the STROKE COG Study and the COG-HSR Program.
Outside of the academic realm, Adam loves the outdoors and keeping himself busy with music. He is the drummer for a handful of jazz ensembles and several other bands, and enjoys working on his vintage motorbikes and classic car. He teaches drum lessons and has been the Percussion Instructor for the Northville High School Bands since 2017. You can find him listening to jazz, classic rock, and pop vinyl in his free time, driving his Papaw’s Farmall H tractors while on the family farm in Indiana, or doing random handyman tasks around the house.