My most research is in hot Jupiter planet occurrence around metal-poor stars. Currently, I am working on constraining the functional form of Jovian planet occurrence vs. metallicity. Some of my other research interests include planet interiors and habitability.

About Me

I am a second year astronomy graduate student at The Ohio State University working with Professor Ji Wang on hot Jupiter occurrence in the metal-poor regime. I recieved my B.S. in Physics with a minor in German from Georgia Instistute of Technology in 2019.


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.