I received my undergraduate degree in Earth Sciences from Cambridge University in 2017. I then spent a year exploring my interests in hydrogeology, which included an internship at the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) and a field season working with the Cavendish Environmental Physics group. From 2018-2023, I obtained my PhD in Environmental Geophysics under Professor Rosemary Knight at Stanford University, where my research focussed on land subsidence due to groundwater extraction. I am currently (2024) a Research Associate in the Agriculture, Water and Climate group at the University of Manchester (UK).
Education and Experience
MSc Natural Sciences (Earth Sciences)
BA Natural Sciences (Earth Sciences)