Broadly, I'm interested in how stellar abundances impact the formation and evolution of planets. Currently, I working on determining the occurrence rate for planets around metal-poor star. I am also looking at how the mass-radius relationship change for hydrous magma oceans as well.

About Me

I am a 3rd year PhD Candidate at The Ohio State University working with Professor Ji Wang and Professor Wendy Panero on planet occurrence and mass-radius relationships respectively. Recently, I became an IPAC Fellow and started working with Jessie Christiansen on planet occurrence as well.


I strive to promote inclusivity and diversity in STEM. Currently, I serve as a mentor within the Polaris Program, which promotes retention in underrepresented students within he OSU Departments of Physics and Astronomy.