Learn more about my research in galaxy evolution.
I am the William & Caroline Herschel Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at McMaster University. I study galaxy evolution with a focus on the molecular gas that fuels star formation in the peak epoch of galaxy growth (z~2-3, or about 10 billion years ago). You can read some press about my work and the fellowship here. The bulk of my observations have been made with the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array, but I also use ALMA and a number of other interferometers. You can usually find me in my office puzzling at my computer, which is located on the third floor of ABB (A.N. Bourns Science Building).
Feel free to contact me using any of the methods below. If you're in the neighborhood, you can always pop by my office in ABB 349 (but you may want to check my calendar first).