I am a first-year graduate student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow working with Professor Mike McDonald. I’m from a small rural town in Virginia and obtained my BS in Physics, with a concentration in astrophysics, at George Mason University in 2022. My research at Mason focused first on exoplanet detections with transits and radial velocities, then on uncovering and analyzing AGNs with optical coronal lines. I also enjoy computational research, and sometimes I even code for fun in my free time.
– Galaxy clusters
– Galaxy evolution
– AGN feedback
MIT Kavli Institute
MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue, McNair Building (MIT Building 37)