Currently, I am a Research Associate working with Dr. David Sauchyn at the Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative (PARC) at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. My present research focuses on regional changes in the extratropical cyclone activity in winter at the end of the century in Canada. I have also worked on future projections of the climate indices for the Prairies using NA CORDEX regional models. Previously I worked on WRF experiments to investigate the ENSO teleconnection linkage with Canadian Prairie region winter-spring climate during the last decade and a projection of this teleconnection pattern in the future climate scenarios of CMIP5 experiments. I also studied the effect of extreme low sea ice conditions in the Bering Sea on Canadian climate through alteration of the larger-scale atmospheric circulations. I have also worked on estimating a water balance for West Canada in the future climate scenarios of CMIP6 experiments. To summarize my past experiences, I finished my Ph.D. under the supervision of Dr. Xiangdong Zhang in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2014. In the 2014-15 academic year I worked as a temporary lecturer in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India, and then I joined Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST) in Nanjing, China as a post-doctoral research fellow. But, as a visiting research scholar, I moved back to work at International Arctic Research Center in Fairbanks, USA. During my previous post-doctoral research with NUIST, I worked on a collaborative project, under the supervision of Dr. Xiangdong Zhang and Dr. Zhaomin Wang, on a modeling study of Arctic climate variability and its’ impact on mid-latitude. I also investigated the changes in Eurasian extratropical cyclone activity at the end of the century using a multi-model ensemble from CMIP5. For my doctoral research, I used a climate model to study the changes and variability in extratropical cyclones in response to various natural surface forcings, such as Tropical Pacific sea surface temperature (SST) and Arctic sea ice. My past research experiences as a research faculty working with Dr. John Walsh at International Arctic Research Center in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA focused on high-resolution WRF simulation for studying extreme precipitation over Alaska and Bering Sea storms. I also studied extreme wind events over Alaska in the station data, historical, and future scenarios of CMIP5. In another project in collaboration National Weather Service (NWS), I investigated the performance of the CFS Forecast Model in predicting coastal storms in Alaska with emphasis on the Bering Sea, Beaufort Sea, and the Chukchi Sea. I have also acquired experience in weather prediction based on the Arctic region using the long-term forecast models of NMME. I also have a B.Sc. in Chemistry (Honors) and an M.Sc. in Atmospheric Sciences.