The main focus of my research is the baryon cycle, feedback, and the conversion of gas to stars in the atomic gas dominated regime, specifically in dwarf galaxies. I have done pioneering studies to quantify the relationship between gas and star formation on sub-kpc scales in the faintest star forming dwarf galaxies. I have also worked on a diverse set of research problems including HI Intensity Mapping, nature of host galaxies of highly energetic stellar explosions, and the disk shapes / feedback driven outflows / magnetic fields in dwarf galaxies. My expertise lies in radio interferometry and HI 21 cm observations, though I have worked extensively with multi-wavelength observations ranging from ultraviolet to radio wavelengths.
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