Welcome!

I am a Ph.D. Candidate at The Ohio State University and my research focuses on landscape ecology, physiology, and climate change effects, using Plethodontid salamanders as a model organism. I have a broad interest in many ecological questions and organisms and seek to conduct sound and interesting science. I am currently working under the advisement of Dr. Bill Peterman at OSU. For more information on my research interests and projects, check out my Research page!

 

Education:

Ph.D. (Expected 2021), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Master's of Science (2015), John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH

Bachelors of Science (2013), Auburn University​, Auburn, AL

A Special Thank you:

To Highlands Biological Station, where I have spent every summer of my Ph.D. conducting my dissertation research. The station has provided funding, housing, lab facilities, close access to my field sites, and a wonderful research community.

And to my other funding sources including Herpetologists League, North Carolina Herpetology Society, GradRoots, and OARDC SEEDs

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