I am a fourth-year NSF Graduate Research Fellow (PhD Advisor: Dr. Jonathan P. Williams) studying the “Organosulfur Chemistry in the Birthplaces of Planets.” Right now, I am physically based at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian working in the Öberg Astrochemistry Lab to characterize the formation pathways of complex sulfur organics through ultra-high vacuum chamber experiments. I am also part of the eDisk ALMA Large Program to understand the structure, dynamics, and chemistry of embedded disks (the earliest stages of stellar and planet formation). I also write for Astrobites and spearheaded the creation of our climate change committee, starting with my recent article “ The ‘Pale Blue Dot’ Blues,” where I illustrate how astrophysics and planetary science are being used to further our understanding of Earth. Check out the Earth Week x Astrobites 2022 and 2023 for more! I am passionate about linking my affinity for engineering, chemistry, and astrophysics to better understand how the planet we call home came to be.

PhD Candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellow
B.S. Chemical Engineering, 2020, University of California, Berkeley
B.A. Astrophysics, 2020, University of California, Berkeley
M.S. Astronomy, 2022, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
  • SURPH (Software Utility for Relative PHotometry)
  • Co-Designed ASTR 399 (Introduction to Astronomical Research) w/ Dr. Roy Gal
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