I am currently a Research Assistant at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, having just completed my PhD (graduation in September 2022). I have recently accepted an SMA Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Center for Astrophysics, Harvard & Smithsonian, to commence this Fall. In this, I plan to continue advancing work on observational aspects of planetesimal disc formation and evolution. You can read more about the focus of my research, my publications, ongoing work, and contact me using the links above. Below I have included links to various highlights of my research over the course of my career.


Dec 2021
The morphology of face-on eccentric debris discs: the origins of apocentre and pericentre glows. Credit: Lynch and Lovell, 2021 (in press)

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November 2020
The ALMA survey of Lupus class III stars: early planetesimal belt formation, and rapid disc dispersal. Credit: Lovell J. B. et al. 2021a

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