(Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESO - Judy Schmidt)


I am a 51 Pegasi b postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin where I work with Prof. Adam Kraus. I received a PhD in Astronomy from UW-Madison and a B.S. in Astronomy and Physics from the University of Washington. My research mainly focuses on observing young, low-mass stars – determining how they interact with their circumstellar environment, measuring their masses and radii, detecting planets around them, and investigating how all of these properties are affected by stellar companions.

Learn more about my research here.

Here is my most recent paper! It’s about a young eclipsing binary!