I am a geochronologist and geochemist working as an NSF graduate fellow in the Blackburn geochronology lab at the University of California Santa Cruz.
My research applies geochronological, isotopic, spectroscopic, and computational approaches to understand past environmental changes through proxies in the sedimentary rock record. I am particularly interested in applying these tools to study ice sheet evolution, subglacial hydrology, and hydrothermal systems.
In addition to my research interests, I am passionate about doing my part to improve equity in Earth Science through DEI initiatives and accessible education. Visit my Outreach Section to learn about my work with the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, as well as projects I’m involved in within the Earth Science community.
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