Welcome to my website! I am a Provost Fellow at the University of Texas with concurrent ties to the the American Museum of Natural History and the University of Washington. My research examines the processes that contribute to the phenotypic variation found across macroevolutionary time scales as well as between individuals of a population.
As a former first-generation college student, my goal is help you navigate the barriers of STEM fields and support your academic and professional career aspirations. I strive to create a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and just environment where you can conduct science and develop your scientific identities. If you are interested in working with me, please contact me with your ideas or questions. Check out some of the work from my current and previous mentees!
The land on which I work is the unceded territory of the Tonkawa tribe and Coast Salish peoples.
Website last updated May 2023.
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