Emily Levesque’s research interests are focused on massive stellar astrophysics and the use of massive stars as cosmological tools. Her current research program includes panchromatic observations and models of star-forming galaxies and their young stellar populations; host galaxy and progenitor studies of massive star transients such as LBVs, supernovae, and long-duration gamma-ray bursts; surveys of evolved massive stars in and beyond the Local Group; and the properties of Thorne-Zytkow objects.
- AAS Names Recipients of 2023 Awards & Prizes - February 2, 2023
- Biden and NASA unveil James Webb Space Telescope's first image - July 11, 2022
- Prof. Emily Levesque receives Guggenheim Fellowship - April 14, 2022
- Women Are Creating a New Culture for Astronomy - March 31, 2022