Brett Salmon

Postdoctoral Fellow
 

I am a postdoctoral research astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) working with Larry Bradley and Dan Coe. I finished my PhD at Texas A&M University in 2016 under my advisor Casey Papovich. I received my bachelor's degree in astronomy from Rutgers University in 2010 working with Chuck Keeton and Andrew Baker. My research covers several areas of galaxy evolution and statistics, and is generally focused on studying the physical properties of the most distant galaxies. For more details about my research, please visit my personal webpage.

Science Interests:

  • galaxies
  • dust attenuation
  • SED fitting

 

Research Topics: Galaxy Evolution, High-redshift

 

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