I am an astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia. I study the formation of protostars, proto-planetary disks, and multiple star systems using radio telescopes like the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and the Very Large Array (VLA), and infrared telescopes like the James Webb Space Telescope. I also work on improving the procedures and algorithms for automated processing of radio astronomy data to help scientists use radio telescopes more efficiently.
Scientist, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Veni Postdoctoral Fellow, Leiden University
Hubble Postdoctoral Fellow, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Graduate Student, University of Michigan
Grants and Contracts
Characterizing Protostellar Disk Structure at the Dawn of Planet Formation