I am a sixth-year astronomy graduate student at Harvard University working with Edo Berger. My research interests span time-domain astronomy and cosmology and my current research is on astrophysical transients, including tidal disruption events (TDEs) and gamma ray bursts (GRBs), with a focus on radio observations. I have also dabbled in the study of radio supernovae.

I previously studied the cosmic microwave background (CMB), seeking to understand the early Universe as a member of the BICEP/Keck collaboration. I spent most of my time focused on developing and validating better likelihood techniques for combining CMB datasets. This work contributed towards the best constraints to date on the tensor-to-scalar ratio r from a joint analysis of the Planck, BICEP2, and Keck datasets. I also spent a month at the South Pole, Antarctica upgrading the Keck Array telescope. You can read my blog about my adventures here.

To download my CV, click here. You can also view my publications on ADS.