Nailah Adams, Ph.D.
- Howard University, BSc Biology, BSc Sports Medicine
- Columbia University Institute of Human Nutrition, MS Nutrition
- Duke University School of Medicine, MD
Dr. Nailah Adams has a primary interest in the fight against childhood obesity. With a strong belief in a life of service, Dr. Adams has been involved in several organizations, including the Cultural Academy for Excellence, the Duke University School of Medicine Primary Care Leadership Track Advisory Group, and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). In her final year of medical school, she served as the AAFP National Family Medicine Interest Group Network Coordinator and on the AAFP Commission on Education, Subcommittee on Resident and Student Issues, and Subcommittee on National Conference Planning.
Dr. Adams is currently a Family Medicine resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL, with an academic goal of fellowships in Exercise Physiology, Sports Medicine and Childhood Obesity.