I am a graduate student in observational extragalactic astronomy at Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy. I began my graduate degree in Fall 2012 after graduating from Princeton University magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in astrophysical sciences and a certificate in planets and life. I expect to obtain my PhD in summer 2017.
My research interests focus primarily on extragalactic astronomy. In particular, I am interested in exploring AGN feedback and it’s effect on galaxy evolution in the high redshift universe. I approach these questions using multi-wavelength observations as well as large surveys. You can read more here.
I am also very passionate about astronomy outreach and am currently president emeritus of the Physics and Astronomy Graduate Student Outreach group at Johns Hopkins University. More information on our current activities are available here.