I use weak gravitational lensing and other precision cosmology methods to measure the large-scale structure of the universe. Much of my work involves developing statistical techniques that distill cosmological information from measurements of galaxy sizes, shapes, and colors. As a member of the science team for the upcoming Roman Space Telescope, I also work on planning, analysis, and pipeline development for the next generation of cosmology surveys.
Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. van Kerkwijk & PenMulti-wavelength observations of accreting neutron stars and radio pulsars, pulsar scintillometry, radio interferometry, theories of gravity (tests of GR and alternatives)
Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. EadieAstrostatistics and data science with multi-wavelength, large-area surveys; Galactic structure and dynamics; stars and stellar populations; dust and the interstellar medium; galaxy formation and evolution; scalable inference; Monte Carlo samplingPh.D. 2020, Harvard University
I am a Banting-Dunlap Postdoctoral Fellow jointly hosted between the
Department of Statistical Sciences, the Department of Astronomy &
Astrophysics, and the Dunlap Institute. My research focuses on using a
combination of astronomy, statistics, and computer science to combine and
analyze billions of stars and galaxies from wide-field imaging and
spectroscopic surveys to better understand the how galaxies like the Milky
Way form, behave, and evolve over time.