My research focuses on theoretical and observational cosmology via weak gravitational lensing and large-scale structure. 

My primary research focus is on constraining cosmological models and the impact of observational systematics using combinations of galaxy weak lensing and large-scale clustering measurements. This work is primarily focused on Dark Energy Survey data, but I am also involved in the LSST DESC and WFIRST Cosmology in the High-Latitude Survey SIT.

I've also worked extensively on modeling and mitigating the impact of the intrinsic alignment of galaxies on these probes and on observational systematics like, for example, the PSF in shape measurement. My PhD dissertation also focused partly on studying weak lensing and galaxy clustering in exact, inhomogeneous and anisotropic metrics in general relativity.

Publication list

A full publication list can be found on arXiv.