Dr Adams graduated cum laude from Yale College in 1991, from Yale Medical School in 1995, and attained his Master’s in Public Health from Harvard in 2004. He’s currently the interim Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and the Chief of Dermatology at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed medical articles and book chapters, predominantly dealing with skin and sports and frequently lectures nationally to athletes, coaches, dermatologists, athletic trainers, and sports medicine physicians. Dr Adams sits on 4 editorial boards of journals in both the fields of dermatology and sports medicine and is a special advisor to the national sports committee of the American Academy of Dermatology. He is the dermatology consultant for numerous high school, collegiate, and professional organizations, including the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association). Dr Adams is also the official dermatologist for professional women’s tennis (WTA-Women’s Tennis Association). An international expert on Sports Dermatology, Dr. Adams solo authored the first ever textbook on the topic, entitled Sports Dermatology, published by Springer Science & Media, LLC.