I am a theoretical physicist at the University of Chicago, where I am a Kavli Fellow of the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics, and an Enrico Fermi Fellow of the Enrico Fermi Institute.


I work at the interface of astrophysics, cosmology, high energy theoretical physics, and particle physics. You can find a list of my papers here: inspire .

Prior to Chicago, I was a Banting Fellow at the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics. The Banting fellowship is Canada's premier prize postdoctoral fellowship, and "provides funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally." I gave up my MIT Banting position early, to take on my now current role as a KICP and EFI fellow at the University of Chicago.

Prior to MIT, I was postdoc at Brown University. I received my PhD from McGill University in 2017.