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I'm a staff radio astronomer in the Remote Sensing Division at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC. I use radio telescopes from around the world, as well as multi-wavelength data from large extragalactic surveys, to study galaxies both near and far to learn more about their formation and evolution. I am especially interested in the connection between galaxy evolution and energetic feedback from massive black holes, and how that connection has changed over cosmic time. To learn more about my research, click on the button below!
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