I am an ecologist using mathematical, statistical, and computational methods to understand natural systems. I am particularly interested in using simple models to explain and predict ecological patterns, and developing new theory for species-rich communities.
Currently, I am a PhD student in Stefano Allesina's lab at the University of Chicago. Previously, I studied ecology, evolution, and applied mathematics at Yale University. At Yale, I investigated predator effects on ecosystem stoichiometry with Oswald Schmitz and studied genotype-dependent dispersal with David Vasseur.
My research is supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
PhD in Ecology & Evolution, 2022 (expected)
University of Chicago
BSc in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Applied Mathematics, 2017