I am an evolutionary biologist and a postdoctoral researcher at the Florida Museum of Natural History. I employ a range of techniques to study mammalian macroevolution, speciation, and ecology; including phylogenetic inference, comparative analyses, and morphological studies.
My current work is focused on the evolution, ecology and phenology of North America and Asian mammals, specifically ground squirrels and cricetid mice. I lean heavily on both museum collections and ongoing fieldwork for this research. In the past, I was affiliated with the Museum of Southwestern Biology and the National Museum of Natural History.
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