Bryson Voirin, PhD

 Explorer      Scientist     TV Presenter     Consultant

Bryson Voirin is a professional problem solver. He is a scientific consultant and project manager for low-Earth orbit tracking systems at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, research fellow at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, and a visiting scientist at the Smithsonian in Panama. Bryson also works as a freelance television presenter and project management consultant for various projects. He is considered a world expert in the biology and ecology of two- and three-toed sloths, and his PhD, in sleep neuroscience, focused on sleeping sloths.  

Bryson works on a broad range of topics, ranging from developing a module on the International Space Station to track wildlife, investigating the mysteries of the brain, and presenting the wonders of the world on television, to the logistical coordination of conducting business in emerging markets. Occasionally, he can even solve the issue of finding his car keys.  

Bryson Voirin is based in Munich and San Francisco.