Originally from Montréal, Emily graduated from Harvard University in 2018. As an undergraduate, she first became interested in AMO physics when her lab was building an erbium quantum gas microscope. At Columbia, Emily is still laser cooling atoms, but has transitioned to high-precision experiments with ultracold molecules. At Zlab, she works on a molecular lattice clock to improve the clock precision and coherence. She is especially excited about developing more precise quantum control of molecules and its implications for probing fundamental physics.