My research focuses on surveys for neutral atomic hydrogen (HI) and the role played by hydrogen gas in the formation and evolution of galaxies. I lead the DINGO survey, a project that will take deep HI observations with the Australian SKA Pathfinder to understand how the HI content of the Universe has evolved over the past 4 billion years. In the lead-up to this project, I am working on CHILES, a deep HI survey being carried out with the VLA, as well as wide-field HI stacking experiments in the GAMA G09 field also being observed with this facility. I am a member of the SKA HI galaxy science working group.
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