I am an evolutionary biologist and postdoctoral researcher at the Florida Museum of Natural History interested in processes that generate landscape- to continental-scale patterns of mammalian biodiversity. My research specifically focuses on speciation, population genomics, conservation, and host-parasite dynamics of mammals, and responses of these systems to past and present environmental change. I address longstanding questions in these arenas of mammalogy using high-resolution genomic, phenotypic, climatic, and digitized biodiversity datasets. I am affiliated with the Museum of Southwestern Biology and the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
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