Ecology, evolution, and quantitative methods. The research group combines data collected on natural populations of organisms, laboratory rearing experiments, and computer simulations to study the way organisms interact with their environments and the genetic and non-genetic inheritance of characteristics across time and generations. In particular, we focus on how differences among individuals in they way they look, perform, or behave affect survival, mating success, and reproductive output to quantitatively predict population level changes within and between generations.

Biological Science
PhD, University of California, Riverside, 2013
BSc, College of William and Mary, 2007
quantitative genetics ecology and population ecology evolutionary biology statistical ecology