Current research includes low-energy experimental nuclear and neutrino physics. Most research work is carried out at the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) located on the Duke University campus. Experiments at TUNL include measuring Compton scattering on liquid cryogenic targets, quenching factor measurements, and few-body cross section measurements. Member of the KamLAND, COHERENT and NuLat neutrino experiment collaborations. Recent courses taught include Fundamentals of Physics I and II for Scientists and Pre-Engineers, Laboratory I (mechanics) and II (electricity and magnetism), Advanced Lab I (modern physics), Modern Physics, Mathematical Methods, and Introduction to Quantum Mechanics. Degrees earned: Ph.D. in Physics, M.S. in Nuclear Engineering, B.S. in Engineering Physics, B.A. in Applied Mathematics.