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Griffin Hosseinzadeh

Center for Astrophysics

About

I'm a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, where I work with Professor Edo Berger. In my research, I try to link the zoo of explosions we observe in the night sky to the stars that produce them, in order to understand the last years to months of a star's life. I'm also interested in what we can learn from optical observations of gravitational wave sources. Before starting at the CfA, I graduated from the UC Santa Barbara with a Ph.D. in astrophysics. My thesis focused on rapid follow-up of nearby supernovae with Las Cumbres Observatory, a global network of robotic telescopes. Before that, I received a B.A. in physics from UC Berkeley in 2012.