I have a relatively diverse background, but I consider myself first and foremost an atmospheric scientist. My research interests are primarily rooted in: severe convective storms, synoptic meteorology, applied climatology, GIS techniques, operational meteorology, and hazards. In the past, my research has primarilly focused on the relationship between severe convective storms and climate change by utilizing high-resolution dynamical downscaling. Currently, a majority of my research is focused on sub-seasonal to seasonal prediction of severe weather across the U.S. More information can be found in my vitae linked above.

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