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I am a Flatiron Research Fellow at the Center for Computational Astrophysics. Prior to this, I obtained my PhD working in Marc Kamionkowski's group at Johns Hopkins University and attended MIT as an undergraduate. My research interests involve the use of observationally-informed cosmology, with forays into astrophysics and astronomy, in order to extract information about our Universe on all scales. I am currently focused on building theoretical and statistical frameworks in order to investigate the nature of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos, baryogenesis, cosmological parity violation, and variability in active galactic nuclei. However, I also enjoy thinking about the CMB, gravitational waves, line-intensity mapping, large-scale structure, primordial magnetic fields, inflation, fast radio-bursts, dark matter, dark energy, and whatever other oddities are hidden in the Universe.

Outside of physics, I enjoy listening to music and lifting weights. In general, I am always open to talking about composition, sound design, xenharmonics, or optimizing strength and hypertrophy. If interested in seeing what I listen to, you can browse my last.fm.