Reina Maruyama (Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy)

I am an experimental nuclear particle astrophysicist. In my group, we study neutrinos and dark matter using techniques borrowed from nuclear physics, atomic physics, particle physics, astrophysics, and chemistry. My office and lab are located at the Wright Laboratory at Yale, and the experiments are located at Gran Sasso, Italy, South Korea, the South Pole, and right here at Yale. You can find more on my website:
When I’m not doing science, I enjoy spending time with my family, great food, skiing, and making and breaking stuff.