I am a Kalbfleisch Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the American Museum of Natural History. I was born and raised in Lima, Peru, and later moved to the US to obtain my Bachelors degree from MIT and my PhD from UC San Diego. I study binary systems of brown dwarfs in a statistical way to try to understand how they form. I use near infrared spectroscopy and adaptive optics imaging to identify very closely separated low mass binary systems that may have been missed in previous surveys.
You can find a list of my publications here: ADS
Email: dbardalezgagliuffi at amnh.org