Welcome

head shotI 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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