Hi. I'm Adam.
I work on projects in philosophy of science and metaphysics that involve causal graphical models. These projects include defending a view of scientific explanation where causal models play a significant role, developing an empiricist-minded modal epistemology, and giving a causal modeling analysis of dynamic systems.
Before grad school I worked with Dr. Sriraam Natarajan and the Statistical Relational AI Team (STRAIT) at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center on data mining and machine learning solutions to medical problems. While I was there we developed a pipeline algorithm that delivered high quality predictions of the onset of Alzheimer's disease using patient fMRI scans. Before that I did my undergraduate work at Wake Forest University in physics and philosophy.
Other than teaching and doing philosophy, I enjoy hiking, designing and playing complicated board games, drinking coffee, and hanging out with my dog Rose.