Dr. Noviello is currently an assistant research scientist with the Center for Space Science and Technology (CSST) at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). She works at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center via the cooperative agreement called CRESST II.
Her most current work is investigating when and how cryovolcanism would have resurfaced Pluto's largest moon Charon, and how the process of cryovolcanism works in general. She is also involved in a project working on the geophysical and geochemical modeling of the interiors of ultra-short period exoplanets, particularly KOI 1843.03.
Formerly, Dr. Noviello was the NExSS NASA Postdoctoral Management Program (NPMP) Fellow. She worked with the Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (NExSS) research coordination network Co-Leads and members to organize events, run meetings, and facilitate research activities. She is an expert in coordinating interdisciplinary research, especially as it relates to NASA Astrobiology. As part of her NPMP, she also created and ran the Professional Advancement Workshop Series (PAWS). https://nexss.info/paws/
She is an expert in Europa surface geology and geophysics, asteroid surface geology, and the Kuiper Belt object Haumea. She is building up her skills in exoplanet atmospheres and statistical analyses.