Adam Deitsch, wearing a Broward College sweatshirt and an AMS lanyard, standing in front of the #AMS2023 logo.


Adam earned his BS in environmental science from Broward College in South Florida. He is now working towards a PhD in atmospheric science, researching emerging atmospheric pollutants like micro/nanoplastics (MNP) and per/polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the Lance Lab.

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Adam is seen standing in the laboratory explaining his research. His hands are gesturing wildly. In front of him is a scanning mobility particle sizer.


Atmospheric pollutants can play a number of roles in climate and health. Adam's research focuses on aerosols and particulate matter that stem from compounds such as plastic polymers and "forever chemicals" like PFAS.

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