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Assistant Professor of Climate Science, Brandeis University

I am a physical oceanographer who studies how water moves and mixes in the ocean. I am particularly interested in connecting the small, fast motions of turbulence to decadal-scale, global processes like El Niño and climate change. I have spent many months living and working on oceanographic research vessels in places like the equatorial Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. As an educator, I aim to teach climate science and oceanography in ways that highlight local case studies to motivate the underlying science.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Climate Science, Brandeis University

Education

  • 2012 
    University of Washington, Physical Oceanography