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I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Laboratory [NCAR/MMM] in Boulder, Colorado. 


My research interests lie primarily within the realm of mesoscale meteorology, severe convective storms, atmospheric dynamics,

& numerical weather prediction. I am particularly interested in understanding the multiscale process interactions &

convection-environment feedbacks that occur during 

high-impact severe weather events. Additionally, I am

interested in better understanding the dynamical pathways

for upscale error growth in model forecasts & how forecast

errors are influenced by the representation of moist processes.

I have considerable experience working with numerical weather prediction models, including the Model for Prediction Across

Scales [MPAS], Weather Research and Forecasting [WRF]

model, and Cloud Model 1 [CM1]. Additionally, I have participated

in several field campaigns and have a love for field work!

I  obtained my Ph.D. in Fall 2021 from the School of Meteorology

at the University of Oklahoma. Throughout my doctoral program, 

I was employed as a Graduate Research Assistant at the former Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies [OU/CIMMS] in affiliation with the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, Oklahoma.

I received my M.S. in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma

in 2017 & my B.S. in Atmospheric Sciences from the

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2014.

Timeline of my educational journey:

For more details, please refer to my CV.




Postdoctoral Fellow II

Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Laboratory

National Center for Atmospheric Research

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