I'm an early career researcher interested in spatial and disease ecology! I completed my MSc under Dr. Andrew Hendry and Dr. Gregor Fussmann at McGill University focussing broadly on evolutionary biology and ecology in the Trinidadian guppy system. My research projects have focussed on how parasites impact different aspects of ecology including colour patterns.
I have also spent time working with Dataseer AI in the open science monitoring space. This has given me hands on experience with open science, software development, and project management.
Recently I have begun to pursue my PhD at the University of Guelph Under Dr. Quinn Webber. My current work is investigating the impact of infection of behaviour and movement ecology, using the Fogo Island herd of Caribou as a study system.
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