I am an atmospheric scientist, and model engineer, using state-of-the-art physical and statistical modeling techniques to study the relationships between anthropogenic emissions and their impacts. My primary focus is on air quality modeling at global scale, working as a research scientist in the Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This follows directly from two years I spent (2015-2017) as a postdoctoral researcher with Prof. Daniel Jacob in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Modeling Group at Harvard University, sponsored jointly by a NOAA Climate and Global Change Fellowship and a Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) Fellowship. Please visit my new homepage for more information.