Dr. Bryan L. Fearey's scientific focus has been condensed-matter physics, laser spectroscopy, and ultrasensitive detection—and the application of such technologies to national security missions. Bryan received his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Iowa State University and has over 200 technical and policy peer-reviewed
publications. He comes with over 40 years of high-level scientific expertise at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the Department of Defense (DoD), and theUSDOE Ames Laboratory. Dr. Fearey is currently a Senior National Security Advisor at TechSource, Inc. He also currently serves as a Guest Scientist in the Office of National Security, and International Studies under the Director Office at (LANL). Recently, he served as Senior Executive Advisor for the Principal Associate Director for Weapons Programs (PADWP), where he addressed critical nuclear policy and weapon physics issues. He was also requested to serve as the Senior Science & Policy Advisor in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Policy (OUSD(P)), while there his
responsibilities included nuclear and extended deterrence, strategic stability, and arms control. During his career at LANL,
Dr. Fearey served in a variety of different roles, including Director of the National Security Office, Senior National Security Science Advisor.