Katey is an Assistant Astronomer working on the NIRISS Team for JWST. Her research interests include understanding how galaxies quench their star formation and become (and remain) quiescent from a multiwavelength observational perspective. Specifically, Katey follows the gas, and pays attention to the supermassive black holes. She is the Principle Investigator of the Shocked POststarburst Galaxy Survey.
- AGN feedback
- Understanding all pathways to galaxy transformation
- Extragalactic star formation
- Turbulence and shocks
- The origin and fate of molecular gas
- The first quenched galaxies
Research Topics: AGN and Quasars, Galaxy Formation and Evolution