I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Atmospheric and Oceanic Scineces Program, Princeton University and NOAA GFDL Seasonal-to-Decadal Variability and Predictability Division.

My overarching research interest is to understand physical processes through which large-scale atmospheric circulations modulate regional hydroclimate variability. Specifically, I am interested in how such processes are captured in state-of-the-art climate models for forecasting hydroclimate extremes. I have recently been working on the warm season hydroclimate variability over North America, including ENSO summertime teleconnections & impacts on the US and springtime subseasonal drought developements over the central US. 

Currently at Princeton University / NOAA GFDL, my research project is associated with using GFDL SPEAR high-resolution model to examine the increasing extreme precipitation in North America, and evaluate the projected change in these extreme precipitation events in the warming climate.

For more information on my professional activities and research, please see my CV and Publications pages, Google Scholar, or LinkedIn page