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Bryan Branham

Associate Professor, Research Pilot
Aviation, Avionics Engineering Center
Fuller Training Center 136
Phone: 740.597.2657

Bryan Branham is an associate professor in the Department of Aviation. He holds numerous FAA flight ratings including airline transport pilot (ATP), and certified flight Instructor certificates for single engine and multiengine airplanes and helicopters, including DC3 and L29 Delfin jet. Branham is the former Avionics Engineering Center chief research pilot and former military pilot test pilot flying UH-60 Blackhawks and KingAirs.

Research Interests: aviation, instructional development, aviation technology, simulation training and development

All Degrees Earned: M.B.A., Ohio University, 2007; B.S., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1995


  • Marvin E. and Ann D. White Research Award (2009, 2010)
  • Marvin E. and Ann D. White Teaching Award (2011)