Robert Citron 

Postdoctoral Researcher, MIT / NASA Goddard

I am a postdoc at MIT (based at NASA Goddard). 

My research interests include the formation and evolution of planetary bodies across the Solar System, and I have worked on impacts, mantle convection, and moon formation. 

In 2019, I completed my PhD in Earth and Planetary Science at UC Berkeley, where I worked with my advisor Michael Manga to study the early geodynamic evolution of Mars. After Berkeley, I was a short-term postdoc at the Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology working with Hidenori Genda, followed by a postdoc at UC Davis with Sarah Stewart.