Dr. Adam Nadolski is originally from a small town outside Boston, called Lincoln. He received his undergraduate education at Tufts University and graduated with duel degrees in Biopsychology and Biomedical Engineering, as well as a focus in Classical Studies. After college, he worked as an EMT in Boston, then in a collaborative Harvard/BU HIV laboratory, where he studied human mucosal defenses. Adam then returned to the Tufts School of Medicine, before making a cross country move to UCSD for his training in Emergency Medicine. During his residency, Adam coordinated the UCSD SOM Emergency Medicine Interest Group and spearheaded resident recruiting. Over the course of medical school and residency, Adam developed a love for Emergency Ultrasound, especially its use in the developing world, leading him to pursue a fellowship. His current research interests include all things ultrasound, but particularly its use at bedside, in resource poor settings and resuscitation. In his spare time, Adam enjoys the outdoors, usually surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking or just traveling the world.