Welcome! I am an NSF PRFB postdoctoral researcher at the University of Dayton, University of Florida, and Harvard University. My research aims to link phylogenetic patterns and underlying developmental mechanisms to better understand the evolutionary processes that generate phenotypic variation in vertebrates. My current postdoc research is focused on investigating the molecular and developmental mechanisms of convergent tooth loss in frogs.
My work integrates micro-computed tomography scanning, comparative methods, and developmental genetics to test macroevolutionary questions. I recently completed my PhD at the University of Florida and Florida Museum of Natural History.
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