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Sarah Burke-Spolaor
Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy
Sarah Burke Spolaor

I am a professor in the Physics and Astronomy Department at WVU and a member of WVU's Center for Gravitational Waves and Cosmology (GWAC). The bulk of my work is on low-frequency (nanoHertz) gravitational wave detection via pulsar timing, searches for binary supermassive black holes to understand their evolution in the context of galaxy formation, and transient radio-emitting phenomena.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student at WVU, or a prospective student interested in the above topics, please feel free to contact me. See the links in the menu above to explore!