I’m a fourth-year undergraduate at the Johns Hopkins University, majoring in Physics and Applied Mathematics with a minor in Space Sciences. I spend the vast majority of my time doing astrophysical research in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, primarily working with Professor Nadia Zakamska and graduate student Hsiang-Chih Hwang. I’m also a co-investigator at the Johns Hopkins Human Spaceflight Lab, where we run human trials to evaluate the effects of long-term spaceflight. From 2020-2021, I’m employed part-time at the Space Telescope Science Institute, where I am developing tools to study star formation in nearby galaxies using space observatories like the Hubble Space Telescope.
In September 2021, I will move to Harvard University as a graduate student at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian.
I’m interested in a wide range of research topics, a by-product of being easily distracted as a young child. I particularly enjoy working with large datasets, teasing out answers to astrophysical problems with novel statistical techniques. You can find an overview of my work on my research page.