I am a postdoctoral research fellow in School of Engineering and Applied Sciences with Harvard's Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group. My research focuses on using GEOS-Chem to investigate the current and future scenarios of Dust and Wildfire, also centers on the interactions between climate change and atmospheric chemistry.
Before moving to Massachusetts, I received my Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, where my research interests centered on using the NCAR Large-eddy simulation model (LES) and the WRF-Chem model to interpret the vertical distribution of biogenic volatile organic compounds. At the University of Michigan, I also did a CESM project investing the impact of aerosol deposition on snowmelt over the Greenland Ice Sheet. From a Graduate Student to a Postdoctoral Fellow, I am extending my research interest from regional atmospheric chemistry modeling of trace gases to global modeling of aerosol-climate interactions.
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