I am very honored to receive the Doris M. Curtis Outstanding Woman in Science Award from GSA. Thanks to GSA; my nominators, Jon Payne, Kate Maher, Tim Lyons, and Francis Macdonald; and my many co-authors and collaborators that I have worked with for my dissertation research, for other papers in graduate school, and projects that I started as a postdoc and since--research really is a team effort! I am thrilled, and excited to keep the momentum going.
Photo credit: Priscilla Wigington, UW
A few weeks ago, I had a great time visiting beautiful Banff and learning about new frontiers in both the 'geo' and 'bio' components of geobiology. I gave an invited talk on uranium isotopes as a paleoredox proxy. Thanks to the conveners for the wonderful conference!
Link to program here.