Mentoring a diverse group of students on research in astrophysics and cosmology is an important part of my scientific practice. My recent graduate and undergraduate mentorship experiences are listed below:

Graduate students

Undergraduate students

  • Deveshi Buch, Stanford: Constrained cosmological simulation suite of Milky Way analogs (D. Buch, E. O. Nadler et al. in prep.);

  • Resherle Verna, USC: Evolution of the subhalo and splashback mass function in hydrodynamic simulations of self-interacting dark matter;

  • Ellen Min, Caltech: Code development and Python implementation for Galacticus;

  • Juan Quiroz, Caltech: Semi-analytically modeling subhalo evolution in decaying dark matter cosmologies;

  • Shuxing Fang, USC: Large Magellanic Cloud infall in self-interacting dark matter cosmologies;

  • Nyal McCrea, Central Washington Unversity (Simons-NSBP Scholar): Visualizing subhalo evolution in cosmological hydrodynamic simulations;

  • Veronica Pratt, Stanford: Large Magellanic Cloud analogs in the Satellites Around Galactic Analogs Survey.

  • Nicel Mohamed-Hinds, Stanford → University of Washington: Modeling subhalo disruption in hydrodynamic cosmological simulations.

  • Abigail Lee, University of Pennsylvania → University of Chicago: Universality of subhalo disruption from Milky Way to galaxy cluster scales.