Sarah E. Moran is a PhD student in Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. She is studying planets around other stars, which are known as exoplanets. Through laboratory experiments and computer models, she investigates clouds and hazes in exoplanets to figure out how they affect the overall atmosphere and how they impact habitability. She also works with observational astronomers to help them interpret her theoretical and experimental cloud and haze results in the context of transiting exoplanet observations. Sarah is also passionate about science communication and science policy.
Main Advisor: Sarah Horst