Adam Boyd, PA-C, was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. He graduated magna cum laude with University Honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Memphis, and received the Milton C. Addington Award for Excellence in Psychology in 2009. He also graduated from the University of Memphis with a Master of Science in Psychology and completed a thesis in which he investigated memory encoding during learning using a portable EEG system. He has extensive experience in psychological and neuroscience research.
He has received numerous accolades throughout his education, including being on the All Academic MS Team in 2005, receiving the Student Leadership Award in 2006, serving as a Graduate Student Council member, and serving as a Class Officer in PA school. He graduated from PA school at Christian Brothers University (CBU) in 2016.
Shortly after graduating PA school, he began helping the CBU PA Program and served in such roles as Clinical Coordinator, Director of Clinical Education, and as an Assistant Professor as well as a regular student advisor. He has clinical experience as a PA-C in Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and Primary Care and has a great interest in preventive medicine and the gut-brain connection.
Adam currently lives in Mississippi with his wife and three children. He is a die-hard Memphis Tigers fan and enjoys weightlifting, Krav Maga, playing and writing music in his band, Bible studies, and being with his family and friends.