Dr. J. Adrian Wright
Dr. J. Adrian Wright obtained his Bachelor of Science in biomedical science from Lynchburg College. His initiatives in the realm of molecular biology resulted in successful matriculation into the University of Oxford. At this time he authored two papers: one detailing the nuances in the non-monotonic linearity of science, and the second addressing the affects of molecular clock theory on modern concepts of stratocladistics. Wright was awarded the Vanauken Fellowship Award in 2006 for his work. This paved the way for his graduate focus in the field. In 2008, Dr. Wright was accepted into Harvard University where he obtained a Master’s in Science in molecular biology. Dr. Wright’s emphasis started to quickly shift from bench to bedside as he became more involved with quality matrix studies and rapid improvement events at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. At this time, he served on the roster review team to pioneer many parts of the process that led to the development of control measures in the Epic system of Reporting Work Bench. These initiatives lead to the publication of his thesis, and book, on the roster review as an efficacious means of chronic disease management care.
Dr. Wright went on to pursue a career in medicine, obtaining his doctorate, as well as residency training in Manhattan, where he served for two years as the Editor-in-Chief of PMR and committee member of the Harvard Book Award Scholarship Committee. In the spring of 2014, Dr. Wright was the recipient of the American Medical Writers’ Association Award for his published work on private practice modification in the rapidly evolving US health care system. Dr. Wright completed his internship and residency at Lenox Hill Hospital, in New York, NY.
Dr. Wright, although involved in various research initiatives, is still actively engaged in the management and care of his patients. He has years of experience working with pediatric patients, and as a consequent, holds the only FDA approved pediatric CT imaging in the northeast. He is currently accepting both pediatric and adult patients.
By: Peter Conlin