User:Peter D'Adamo

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  • Peter D'Adamo
  • Distinguished Professor, Clinical Sciences
  • Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine
  • University of Bridgeport Health Sciences
  • 115 Broad Street
  • Bridgeport CT 06604 USA

I am a physician, author, researcher-educator, Ivesian, software developer and air-cooled enthusiast. Over the course of my career, I've developed an abiding interest in glycobiology, principally the ABO (ABH) blood groups and the secretor (FUT2) polymorphisms. I write a lot of computer stuff. My latest projects are DataPunk, a semantic accumulator and network designer for naturopathic knowledge; QuodLibet, a molecular pathway analytic tool that uses graph theory, motif detection and social networking algorithms; and SWAMI, a program that devises complex one-of-a-kind lifestyle programs for individuals.

I also like to occasionally blog (typically delivered with delightful rustic overtones) on technology, art, culture and minor arcana .

Education

  • 1982, ND, Bastyr University, Seattle Washington


Research interests

  1. ABO and ABH Secretor (FUT2) polymorphisms
  2. Nutrient influence on epigenetic regulation of gene expression
  3. Computational modeling of complex adaptive systems
  4. Graph topology and combiantorics as applied to genetic regulatory networks
  5. Genomic applications of Perl

Publications

  1. D'Adamo PJ, Kelly GS. Metabolic and immunologic consequences of ABH secretor and Lewis subtype status. Altern Med Rev. 2001 Aug;6(4):390-405.(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11578255?dopt=Abstract)
  2. Fundamentals of Generative Medicine (http://www.generativemedicine.org/textbook.shtml)
  3. D'Adamo, PJ. The Non-transfusion Significance of the ABO Blood groups Textbook of Natural Medicine, 2005 Pizzorno and Murray, editors (Elsevier Publications)

Software

  1. Datapunk Quodlibet (http://www.datapunk.net/quodlibet/quodlibet.pl)


Science Blog

  1. (n=1) (http://n-equals-one.com/blogs/)


Links

  1. UBCOEGM (http://www.generativemedicine.org/)
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