"I look at pretty pictures of space to figure out what the Universe is made of"
I'm an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan Department of Astronomy. My research focuses on observational studies of strong lensing galaxy clusters, determining their mass distributions, and using them as cosmic telescopes to study the background Universe.
NEW Job opportunity!!! Want to join my strong lensing group at Michigan as a postdoc? Follow this link to apply, or contact me directly if you have any questions:
As of Fall 2022, I am a designated IRO and obligated to report misconduct that is brought to my attention as listed below.
Under the university’s Interim Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy, people in certain roles are considered “Individuals with Reporting Obligations” (IROs) and are required to report suspected Prohibited Conduct to the Office for Institutional Equity.