I am an ecologist using mathematical, statistical, and computational methods to understand natural systems. In my research, I look for simple models to explain and predict ecological patterns and dynamics. I am particularly interested in using theory and models to understand how biodiversity is generated and maintained in species-rich ecosystems.
Currently, I am a postdoc at Yale University working with Pincelli Hull and David Vasseur. I completed my PhD in Stefano Allesina's lab at the University of Chicago, and then briefly joined James O'Dwyer's group as a postdoc at the University of Illinois. Previously, I studied ecology, evolution, and applied mathematics at Yale University.
Working with other researchers to tackle interesting questions is my favorite part of science, so please feel free to reach out to me!
PhD in Ecology & Evolution, 2022
University of Chicago
BSc in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Applied Mathematics, 2017