Postdoctoral Research Associate
Phone: +44 (0)1904 324758
Supervisor: Dr Sarah Moller
I am a trained mathematician turned atmospheric scientist, where I have focused my work in recent years to address challenging societal issues. I completed a degree in mathematics at King’s College London, where I obtained a 1st Class Honours. Following a year in local government, I went on to complete a PhD PhD in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Leeds which specialised in investigating fog microphysics. I am now working at WACL, where I am investigating how we can apply new and novel analytical techniques to air quality monitoring sites to gain interesting scientific insights.
In my time in atmospheric sciences, I have developed research interested in the following topics:
I also regularly account for race analysis within environmental sciences, leading me to talk on panels discussing barriers faced by Black scientists and co-leading projects such as Black in Geoscience Week. If you’re interested in collaborating, feel free to contact me.