Bradley first joined GMRI in April of 2016. In this role, he works on computational modeling of the multi-species fisheries economic sector in Northeastern US. Through this work, he investigates economic impacts of changes in sea surface temperatures on vulnerable fish species.
Before joining GMRI, Bradley spent time in New Delhi, India, as a post-doctoral fellow at the International Water Management Institute. There, he studied the economics of groundwater management in Northern India.
Bradley received his bachelor’s degree from Miami (OH) University, and earned his master’s and doctorate in Economics from the University of California, Riverside.
Though he hails from Cleveland , Ohio, Bradley speaks Spanish, Portuguese, and Hindi – and he’s also an Eagle Boy Scout!