Welcome to my blog!

As the name might suggest, this blog will focus primarily on science topics.

I have been involved in the fields of particle physics and particle astrophysics since 2006, when I was an undergraduate at Columbia University. I earned a PhD at MIT conducting research in dark matter direct detection and am now a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Colorado studying neutrino physics.

Finally, as a disclaimer, this is my personal site so the posts contained here do not represent the opinions of and are not endorsed by my employer (the University of Colorado) as well as the collaborations of which I am a member.


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Exploring the dark side of physics: dark matter, neutrinos, and other stuff we can't see.

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