I am an atmospheric scientist who is studying the chemistry of air pollution and climate change. I develop global atmospheric chemistry models and use them to interpret observations from ground sites, aircraft, and satellites and understand the chemical state of the atmosphere and it is affected by human activities. In addition, I use atmospheric chemistry models to assess the environmental impacts of engineered systems.
I am currently a Research Associate in the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group at Harvard University. My current projects are about NO2 in the free troposphere and its importance for interpretation of satellite NO2 measurements, and the redox chemistry of mercury in the atmosphere.
I got my Ph.D. from the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington, where I worked with Lyatt Jaeglé