I am a biologist that studies how interacting ecological and evolutionary processes shape populations and species. Processes I find especially interesting span from species interactions and mechanisms of coexistence to speciation and genome evolution. Given the conceptual breadth of questions that intrigue me, I use a range of approaches (e.g., theory, experiments, population genomics) and systems (e.g., insect host–parasitoid, microbial competitors) to address them.

I currently work with Tadashi Fukami as an NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University.