I'm an evolutionary ecologist that studies how the environment shapes development through natural selection and phenotypic plasticity. I'm particularly interested in the evolution of traits that are linked across life stages and/or generations.
Check out more details about my work on the Research and Publications pages!
NEWS & UPDATES
Defended my dissertation (and passed)!
Paper led by Alycia and Howard on lifetime fitness payoffs of salamander morphs, using nearly 30 years (!!!) of data, accepted at The American Naturalist!
Had an great time giving a seminar on my dragonfly research and visiting with students and faculty at John Carroll University. What an an awesome group they have!
Check out the write-up of my chat with the iNaturalist crew about our dragonfly research and about using awesome platforms like theirs for research!
Very excited to announce that I'll be joining the Living Earth Collaborative as a Biodiversity Post-Doctoral Fellow later this year!
Check out some of the press attention for our recent paper on temperature and sexual selection