fullsizeoutput_28dI am an evolutionary ecologist interested in how biodiversity is generated and maintained through the interplay of natural and sexual selection. My research seeks to understand how ecological variation — especially in natural enemies, such as predators and parasites — influences the evolution of mating systems and sexually selected traits. Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher in Marlene Zuk’s lab at the University of Minnesota. I completed my PhD 2016 in Brian Langerhans’ lab at North Carolina State University.


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