Brandon R Brown pursued doctoral training in superconductivity and low-temperature physics, with postdoctoral work in science communication. Once at the University of San Francisco, he shifted his research focus to sensory biophysics. He and his collaborators and students explored the electric and magnetic sensory abilities of a variety of creatures. Brandon served as associate dean for sciences, during which time the university completed planning stages for the Lo Schiavo Center for Science...
PhD, Oregon State University (Vortex Dynamics in High-temperature Superconductors)
High-temperature superconductivity, Sensory biophysics, History of science, Science communication, Fundraising