Adam Fermier

Adam is passionate around Semantic Knowledge Management strategies as it applies to science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).  He works tirelessly on this effort and with a diverse team across industry and academia helping bring together the best talent wherever he finds it to help solve this critical problem for his professional trained field in analytical chemistry.   He has been key to driving value out of the strategy through the implementation of a “Recipe Data Warehouse” which is a key foundation for extracting greater value from the data we generate throughout the product development lifecycle and particularly valuable in the challenging area of product lifecycle management. 

Adam holds a Bachelors in Chemistry from Delaware Valley College and a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Throughout his career he has been quite active in publishing 15 papers and presenting over 80 oral presentations and holds six patent applications.  Adam has spent his entire professional career with Johnson and Johnson - a company that holds a passion to delivering medicines to patients based on its CREDO values. 

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