Learn more about my research and publications.

  • Bio
  • Papers
  • Conferences

I'm a PhD student with the Climate Change Research Centre at UNSW, Sydney. I'm interested in the health impacts of climate change: how we identify dangerously hot days, the effects those days have on public health and how those days are going to change in the future given human activity.

I've presented my work at conferences in the past, so the slides and posters here are a good starting point for learning more about my work. If you're looking for a paper I've published, they're also available here.

Although I'm a UNSW student, I'm mostly based in Canberra at ANU's Fenner School. I also work as a student rep for the ACT branch of the Australian Meteorological & Oceanographic Society.