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Dr. Brynley Pearlstone
Bryn recently finished up his Ph.D in gravitational waves at the University of Glasgow. He lives in Glasgow with his boyfriend of seven years.
Bryn has been involved in LGBTSTEM for a few years, whether organising Pride marchers in Glasgow, or starting his own podcast!
Originally from the Westcountry, now living in Scotland, Bryn gets around a little bit, even spending a few months on site at a LIGO detector in 2016.
He unwinds by playing D&D, board gaming with friends, and obsessing over RuPaul’s Drag Race.