I am an atmospheric scientist studying the sources and chemistry of pollutants in the air. I am interested in improving our understanding of the complex processes affecting air pollutants with the goal to inform actions to lessen the burden of air pollution on human health. I use numerical models of atmospheric chemistry and transport to interpret surface, aircraft, and satellite-based observations of the atmosphere.
I am a postdoc in the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group at Harvard University. I am currently working on evaluating emissions trends in China using satellite- and ground-based measurements and the GEOS-Chem model.
I completed my graduate work with Lyatt Jaeglé at the University of Washington. I worked on global atmospheric mercury chemistry and wintertime particulate matter in the northeastern United States.