Dr. Adam Scott Lauring, an esteemed Professor in the medical field, has a profound expertise in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine. His academic expedition initiated with a PhD in Molecular Biology in 2000 from the University of Washington, where he also completed his MD in 2002. His graduate work at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center contributed significantly to the understanding of retroviral pathogenesis.
Dr. Lauring's medical journey continued through a medical residency and an Infectious Diseases fellowship at UCSF, where he also served as Chief Medical Resident. Joining the University of Michigan Medical School faculty in August 2012, he leads a research laboratory dedicated to virus evolution. His work, which straddles the interface of clinical practice and molecular research, has been pivotal in advancing the understanding of virus genomics and evolution, thereby enhancing treatment strategies in Infectious Diseases.
He works in the infectious diseases department.
Dr. Adam works at - A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center.
Dr. Adam specializes in diseases and treatments such as general infectious diseases, retroviral pathogenesis.