I'm interested in using satellites to help mitigate climate change and air pollution.

I’m a Research Associate in the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group at Harvard University.

My work revolves around satellite remote sensing of atmospheric composition and what it can teach us about the connections between human activity, atmospheric chemistry, and climate change.

A major focus has been on quantifying atmospheric methane emissions and trends across a range of scales. More recently, I’ve started investigating opportunities for monitoring NOx point sources from space.

See my research page or CV for more information.