Eric Bradley received his Ph.D. in Biological Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is currently Professor of Biology at the College of William and Mary with an affiliate appointment in Neuroscience. He has taught Endocrinology and Animal Physiology with research interests in mechanisms of reproductive inhibition and is currently studying the endocrine disrupting effects of low-level exposure to mercury. He has chaired the departments of Applied Science, Biology, Mathematics, and, currently, Applied Science. He is also currently representing the Dean’s Office as the Arts and Sciences Emergency and Planning Coordinator. He has been fully involved in the planning, design, construction, and resource allocation of the multiphase Integrated Science Center (ISC) and is now the Owner’s Representative for the construction of ISC4. As a practicing scientist, Dr. Bradley has a keen interest in translating modern methods and trends in STEM education and research into new facilities that will embrace both current and future practices for integrating inclusive and effective teaching and research.
Updated 28 September 2023