Dr. Molly Peeples received her S.B. in physics from MIT in 2005 and her PhD in astronomy from Ohio State in 2010. She was a Center for Galaxy Evolution Fellow at UCLA for three years before arriving at STScI as a postdoctoral fellow in September 2013. Molly works at the interface of observations and theoretical models to unravel how the flows of gas into, within, and out of galaxies give rise to the diverse properties of galaxies seen across cosmic time.
To read Molly’s post in this blog click here.