After obtaining his PhD in Physics from the University of Warwick in 2009, Dr Inglis joined Goddard Space Flight Center in 2010 as a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow in the Solar Physics Laboratory. Dr Inglis primarily worked on RHESSI observations, in combination with other Heliophysics instruments. In 2012 Dr Inglis joined the Catholic University of America as a Research Associate, in which role he remains based at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center through the PHASER cooperative agreement. His specialties include solar X-ray, EUV and radio observations, time-domain analysis of solar phenomena, waves and pulsations in the solar corona, and flare energetic processes. In recent years, his interests have expanded to include magnetospheric waves and stellar flares. He also served as a developer of the SunPy project, serving on the board between 2013 – 2017.
Dr Inglis also supports current missions and future mission development. He is a long-time member of the RHESSI data analyis team, and since 2020 is a member of the Solar Orbiter/SPICE team. He was also a co-investigator for the FIERCE medium explorer and FOXSI small explorer mission concepts. He has co-authored more than 45 publications in top astrophysics journals, achieving an h-index of 23.