I’m an evolutionary biologist interested in understanding adaptation across timescales of environmental change. Currently, I’m interested in determining how urbanization and historical climate differences have influenced phenotypic and genetic diversity across populations of common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia.
I’m a PhD candidate with David Moeller and Peter Tiffin in the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior graduate program at the University of Minnesota. I previously completed my MSc at the University of Toronto with John Stinchcombe.
If you are interested in learning more about my 2016 University of Minnesota Living Labs project “The effect of changing precipitation patterns on plants”, click here!