Office: Hopper 230
Lab: Hopper 013
Ph.D. University of Arizona (2019)
Areas of Expertise
I am a broadly trained ecologist studying the behavior, and especially variation in behavior, of pollinating insects. I am broadly interested in the role intraspecific variation plays in determining the outcomes of interactions at the individual and community scales, as well as how behavior affects individuals’ responses to environmental change. In answering these questions, I use diverse tools from physiological assays and metabarcoding to pollen load and network analysis. For more details on my past work, see my website (linked above). And if you’re interested in undergraduate research opportunities, send me an email!