James B. Adams, Ph.D., is the Director of the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program at Arizona State University. His research focuses on the medical causes of autism and how to treat and prevent it including the areas of nutrition (vitamins/minerals, essential fatty acids, carnitine, digestive enzymes, special diets), oxidative stress, gut bacteria, microbiota transplant, probiotics, toxic metals, and seizures. He has extensively researched prenatal supplements to reduce the risk of pregnancy complications and infant health problems, and has developed the first prenatal supplement tailored for each trimester. He has published over 180 peer-reviewed scientific articles, including over 60 related to autism. He is the President of the non-profit Autism Nutrition Research Center, President of Autism Diagnostics, President of Gut-Brain-Axis Therapeutics, and chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Neurological Health Foundation. He received the Presidential Young Investigator Award from President George Bush. He has an adult daughter with autism.

James B. Adams, PhD.