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B.A. in Astronomy and Physics, with honors                                             Boston University, May 2013

M.A. in Astronomy                                                                                                               Boston University, September 2016

PhD in Astronomy                                                                                                Boston University, September 2020

Honors and Awards:
NASA Drive Center Grant, Co-I (2022)

Heliospheric Guest Investigator (HGI) Grant, Scientific PI (2021)

Heliophysics Supporting Research (HSR) Grant, Co-I (2021)

NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) (2018)

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship – Honorable Mention (2016)

Second Prize in Ionosphere/Magnetosphere category of the Community Coordinated Modeling Center Student Research Contest (2014)

First-author Publications:

“Probing the Length of the Heliospheric Tail with Energetic Neutral Atoms (ENAs) from 0.52 to 80 keV”, 2023

“An Anomalous Cosmic-Ray Mediated Termination Shock: Implications for Energetic Neutral Atoms”, 2023

“The Development of a Split-tail Heliosphere and the Role of Non-ideal Processes: A Comparison of the BU and Moscow Models”, 2021

“Signature of a Heliotail Organized by the Solar Magnetic Field and the Role of Nonideal Processes in Modeled IBEX ENA Maps: A Comparison of the BU and Moscow MHD Models”, 2021

“The Confinement of the Heliosheath Plasma by the Solar Magnetic Field as Revealed by Energetic Neutral Atom Simulations”, 2020

“Globally Distributed Energetic Neutral Atoms for the ‘Croissant’ Heliosphere”, 2018


“Want to See Five Planets with your Naked Eye this Week?”, BU Today, 22 June 2022

“Office Artifacts: Marc Kornbleuth”, BU Today, 27 April 2022

“NSF Program Brings Budding Astronomers to BU”, BU Today, 21 July 2017

“Under Pressure: Extreme Atmosphere Stripping May Limit Exoplanets’ Habitability”, 3 July 2017

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