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My research uses spectroscopy and low-temperature geochemistry to unpack the water-rock record of planetary surfaces.
In particular, I am interested in spatial and temporal variations in surface conditions and the mineral assemblages those conditions produce in the sub/surface. My work on planetary surfaces has implications for astrobiology and habitability, as well as our understanding mineral behavior in the rock record as a whole.
I am a Research Scientist at the Planetary Science Institute and a Marie Curie Fellow at the Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale and the University of Paris - Saclay.
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