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I am an associate professor at the University of Florida's Department of Astronomy. I research massive star and cluster formation, astrochemistry, the IMF, turbulence, and the Central Molecular Zone.

I am supported by
These grants support the data processing and analysis of two ALMA large programs, ALMA-IMF and ACES, that each require about 250 TB of storage on the University of Florida's HiPerGator high performance computing system. My group has led the data processing efforts on both programs.

I am a member of the James Webb Space Telescope Users Committee (JSTUC), so please contact me if you have constructive feedback to offer the JWST scientific management.

In Spring 2024, I taught Star Formation.
In Fall 2024, I teach AST 4723: Observational Techniques II.

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