I am an observational astronomer with a focus on supermassive black holes and their effect on how galaxies evolve. I use data from Spitzer, Herschel, Hubble, Chandra, and many other telescopes to quantify the energy output of supermassive black holes and the amount of star formation in host galaxies. Most recently, I am a key member of the Cosmic Evolution Early Release Science (CEERS) collaboration, which will have some of the first data taken with the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope.
2018-present: Assistant Professor, University of Kansas
2016-2018: Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics
2016: Ph.D., Astronomy, University of Massachusetts
2007: B.S., Mathematics, University of Florida