I am a third year PhD candidate at the University of Vermont and am interested in how certain temporal and spatial factors influence the transmission of amphibian disease, specifically the ranavirus. I am working with my advisor Dr. Nicholas Gotelli and with the support of my current and previous labmates: Andrew Nguyen, Amanda Northrop, and Lindsey Pett.
I have just finished my first field season where I collected toe and tail tissue from 18 sites around Vermont.May-Aug. 2016
I started my journey to obtain my doctorate degree at the University of Vermont, advised by Dr. Nicholas Gotelli.Aug. 2015
I graduated UCL with a Master of Research in Biodiversity, Evolution, and Conservation, completing two species distribution modeling projects during that time.Sep. 2014
I graduated from UF with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.May 2012
Species Distribution Modeling