Associate Professor, The University of Arizona
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Planetary Sciences at the University of Arizona. My research interests lay in the field of planet formation and in the origin of life. I use a variety of ground- and space-based facilities to investigate how protoplanetary disks evolve and disperse, when and how planets form, the aftermath of planet formation by characterizing debris disks, and the architecture of fully formed planetary systems. I am particularly interested in understanding how common are planetary systems like our own.
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