I am a planetary scientist focusing on magnetism. My work involves the combination of experiments and models to better understanding the formation and early evolution of our solar system.
I spent the first part of my academic career at the University of Cambridge, achieving both my undergraduate and PhD from Selwyn College. I recently spent 18 months as a postdoctoral researcher at MIT working on the paleomagnetism of meteorites. I am currently a Junior Research Fellow at St John’s College, University of Cambridge, splitting my time between Cambridge and MIT and continuing my work into the magnetism of the early solar system.