I'm an astrophysics Ph.D. student and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at
UC Berkeley. My research focuses on the dectection and characterization
of extrasolar planets. I
completed my undergraduate education at the University of Maryland, College Park, before moving to
the San Francisco Bay Area for my Ph.D. I work on a variety of problems in exoplanetary science
ranging from 3D simulations of cloudy hot Jupiters to modeling exomoon transits in noisy datasets.
When I'm not thinking about astronomy, I enjoy hiking, birding, admiring my cat, and exploring
the produce section at Berkeley Bowl.
My pronouns are they/them.