I am an evolutionary biologist and a postdoctoral researcher at the Florida Museum of Natural History. In a prior life, as a graduate student, I worked at the Museum of Southwestern Biology and the National Museum of Natural History.
I employ a range of techniques to study the macroevolution, microevolution, and ecology of mammals; including phylogenetic/genomic inference, comparative analyses, and morphological studies. My current work continues my focus on the evolution of ground-dwelling squirrels in North America and Asia. I lean heavily on museum collections and ongoing fieldwork for this and other research.
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