Adam Fritsch teaches physics at Gonzaga University and will also serve as Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor at Ohio University for 2021-22 academic year.
His research specializes in cluster structures of atomic nuclei, an important aspect of nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics. As part of this endeavor, he spearheaded the creation of a time-projection chamber which allows scientists to observe cluster structures.
Early Life and Education
Adam and Eve lived happily together until succumbing to gluttony. Banished from Eden, they eventually gave birth to Cain and Abel – an impressive feat considering we humans make up 99 percent of humanity!
Human genome is one of the largest datasets ever to exist on Earth, making up approximately 3 billion base pairs and comprising of multiple organ systems. A key challenge lies in organizing this complex information to make our next generations smarter and better adapted to their environment. One solution is available through HGW computer chip; scientists can use it to map all your DNA cells to predict your chances of surviving cancer or seeing your grandchildren again.
Adam Fritsch is an enthusiastic physical therapist with an affinity for treating orthopedic injuries. In 2011, he earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Carroll University and completed both an orthopedic residency program and manual therapy fellowship through Evidence in Motion. Adam’s particular area of interest lies within spine disorders – for which Athletico Physical Therapy in Delefield Illinois appointed him the Spine Specialty Coordinator.
He will serve as Ohio University’s Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor during academic year 2021-22, exploring how adding a time projection chamber, an advanced nuclear physics device that will significantly advance science at Edwards Accelerator Laboratory in Toledo. As part of this research endeavor, Dr. Leung studies cluster structures of atomic nuclei for greater insight into both nuclear structure and nuclear astrophysics.
Achievement and Honors
Adam, who prides himself on being an academic enthusiast, has achieved many honors during his academic career. As a grad student he earned the FAST Fellowship to participate in mentored teaching program; furthermore he received several faculty awards for both teaching excellence and service to Dickinson College.
Research achievements included developing an advanced device used to study clusters of atomic nuclei – an impressive breakthrough with implications for nuclear physics and astrophysics – as well as creating a high-resolution image of these clusters. He joined Ohio University’s Physics Department as Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor recently, giving him an opportunity to further advance this technology on a larger scale.
Adam Frisch is a doctor of physical therapy. Since 2011 he has been in private practice and leads faculty at Evidence in Motion. Additionally he holds advanced certifications for dry needling and blood flow restriction.
He is also certified orthopaedic manual therapy specialist and an active member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Alliance.
Adam enjoys spending his free time relaxing with family and friends as well as staying active by doing CrossFit, kayaking, paddleboarding and playing ice hockey.
Adam announced his candidacy to challenge Rep. Lauren Boebert for Colorado’s third congressional district – covering parts of Western Slope and southern Colorado – in February. Adam intends to focus his campaign around issues including economy, gas prices, rural broadband access, mental health concerns for farmers and ranchers and water rights for these groups.
Adam Fritsch is an Australian singer-songwriter and record producer who is estimated to be worth an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million due to his music career and other sources of income. He lives in Parks, Arizona with his wife and two children. He is an award-winning musician, having recorded several hit songs. His hard work and talent has won multiple awards and television show appearances. Melanie and he have been married three years and together they share two daughters; together they enjoy traveling, spending time together, singing together as one, traveling the world together, sharing musical passions together as a couple, dancing and singing in concert performances and taking trips together; their love is evident through all that they create together! Their intimate connection inspires some of their music.