Larry Widrow


Associate Physics Department Head, Professor – Queen’s University

Photo of Larry Widrow with his dog. Larry is seated on a fallen log with a pond or lake in the background with his dog to his right. The ground is covered in leaves.

Larry is a theoretical astrophysicist specializing in dark matter interactions of the Milky Way Galaxy. He is leading a research group at Queen’s University to analyze galactic kinematics and dynamics data from GAIA to investigate the Milky Way Galaxy, dark matter in our galaxy, and how our galaxy interacts with its dark matter halo. Larry is the Associate Head of the Department of Physics at Queen’s University, and aims to answer fundamental physics questions through simulations and data analysis.