I am currently the Assistant Director of the Center for Meteorite Studies and an Assistant Research Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University.

My research concerns the study of primitive meteorites that remain relatively unaltered since their formation in the early Solar System, as well meteorites that were thermally and aqueously altered on their parent asteroid. I utilize petrographic, compositional, thermodynamic, and isotopic data to constrain the pre-accretionary formation conditions and secondary thermal and aqueous alteration processes of small bodies in the early Solar System. I also provide sample science support for NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return mission.