About Me

I am a geologist researching the geochemical evolution of the Earth's oceans over the past billion years, and how those changes have influenced the evolution of life.

I incorporate field work, geochemical analyses—namely non-traditional stable isotopes—and numerical modeling in my research to better understand environmental events throughout deep time.

I strive to bring real research experiences into the classroom, which prepare students for the rigors of scientific research.

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As of January 2016, I am an Agouron Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences
77 Massachusetts Avenue, 54-1025
Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A.