Education: Ph.D., 2015, Yale University (Connecticut, USA) B.A., 2009, Middlebury College (Vermont, USA)
Research interests: Star formation, protostellar outflows, molecular cloud evolution; ALMA support: NAASC Community Outreach group, ALMA Archive, Proposal Handling Team
Scholarly publications: Here
Brief bio: Adele is an astronomer with a background in physics and economics. She was born and raised in Austin, Texas, where she maintained strong roots, while also developing an interest in traveling and languages. She moved to Vermont to study at Middlebury College, and then to Connecticut for her PhD in Astronomy at Yale University. An important part of her life was spent in Chile, first as a foreign exchange student; later as a Fulbright scholar; and most recently as a postdoctoral fellow working for the European Southern Observatory and the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, also known as the ALMA Observatory. In 2018, Adele returned to the United States to work at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, based in Charlottesville, Virginia. She still works for the ALMA project, and she loves her job because it incorporates astronomy research and international collaborations. Her areas of expertise are star formation and radio astronomy. She’s fortunate that her job continues to take her to amazing places worldwide, and anywhere in the world she enjoys running, bikes, and mountains.