About

I am an atmospheric scientist working in understanding how human activities and natural processes (eg, wildfires) change the atmosphere and the climate. My research focuses on the integration of earth system models with field data and satellite observations to address questions related to atmospheric composition, atmosphere-biosphere-climate interactions and climate change mitigation.

I have a PhD in Environmental Engineering from Michigan Technological University. In 2007, I joined the Harvard University Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group as a postdoctoral reseacher, and later the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.  From 2011 to 2014, I worked at the Atmospheric Science Department at Colorado State University as a Research Scientist II.

I moved to the UK with my family in 2014. I am currently working at the Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation ( LC3M) at University of Sheffield. I am leading a research line that investigates atmospheric chemistry and climate feedbacks from the deployment of enhanced rock weathering with croplands as a carbon dioxide removal strategy.