The discovery of a neutron star emitting unusual radio signals is rewriting our understanding of these unique star systems.
I am currently Discovery Early Career Researcher Award fellow and lecturer based at the University of Sydney specialising in transients, particularly fast radio bursts. I completed a Masters in Spacecraft Technology and Satellite Communications from University College London, and a PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics focusing on Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) at the Australian National University in Canberra.
I am involved with collaborations at the MeerKAT and ASKAP telescopes to discover, study and understand the fast radio burst phenomenon. I continue to lead the international multi-wavelength collaboration to follow-up MeerTRAP FRBs and study their host galaxies.