Jeremy D. Bradford

About Me

Jeremy D. Bradford I am a 6th year astronomy PhD Candidate at Yale University and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. My research is focused on the baryon content, the kinematics and the evolution of isolated low-mass galaxies. I am advised by Marla Geha. I also work with Frank van den Bosch, Mike Blanton and Jenny Greene.

Check out my research page for more on what kind of work I do.

I am also a teaching assistant and STEM curriculum designer for the Warrior-Scholar Project.

Recent News

Feb 9, 2016: I have a new paper on the uncertainty in measuring the slope of the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation.

Jun 30, 2015: I am a co-author on Greg Stinson's new paper on the constant gas mass of disk galaxies. 

May 19, 2015: I have a new paper on the baryon content of isolated low mass galaxies.