My five most highly cited first author papers

  1. Weak Gravitational Lensing with COSMOS: Galaxy Selection and Shape Measurements
  2. A Weak Lensing Study of X-ray Groups in the Cosmos Survey: Form and Evolution of the Mass-Luminosity Relation
  3. New Constraints on the Evolution of the Stellar-to-dark Matter Connection: A Combined Analysis of Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing, Clustering, and Stellar Mass Functions from z = 0.2 to z =1
  4. A Theoretical Framework for Combining Techniques that Probe the Link Between Galaxies and Dark Matter
  5. The Integrated Stellar Content of Dark Matter Halos

Full publication list and CV

  • For a full and up-to-date list of my publications, please look on ADS.
  • For highlights of publications with students and post-docs, please look under the People page
  • You can find a (mostly up-to-date) PDF of my publications HERE.
  • You can find a (mostly up-to-date) PDF of my CV HERE.

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  • I obtained my PhD in 2008 from the Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseilles in France and my PhD advisors were Jean-Paul Kneib and Olivier Le Fevre
  • I obtained a Chamberlain Fellowship from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley in 2008
  • I did a second post-doc as a Distinguished Fellow at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) in Tokyo
  • I joined the UC Santa Cruz faculty in 2016