About Me

I’m a third year Atmospheric Science PhD candidate at Stony Brook University, advised by Dr. Kevin Reed in the Climate Extremes Modeling Group at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. I graduated from Rutgers University in May 2017 with a BS in Meteorology and Marine Science. My research interests include tropical cyclones, climate change and variability, and weather extremes. I am also interested in science communication, specifically improving the general public’s understanding of climate science. 

Office: Challenger 103, Stony Brook University

Curriculum Vitae

Recent News

June 2020: Became a contributing writer for GeoBites and published my first article.

June 2020: Published two first-author papers examining the response of tropical cyclones in a variable-resolution climate model to high-resolution grid extent and climate change.

June 2020: Invited to be a guest scientist for a Biobus Live Student Town Hall on Climate Science

March 2020: Awarded renewed funding for my Science Training and Research to Inform DEcisions (STRIDE) Fellowship

January 2020: Passed my PhD Thesis Proposal Defense and officially advanced to candidacy