103 Eno Hall
Postdoctoral Research Associate
My interests lie at the intersection of empirical and theoretical ecology: confronting theory with empirical data. Generally, my work has one overarching theme: linking ecological patterns across spatio-temporal scales, and levels of biological organization (e.g. trophic level or life-stage). Research topics include disentangling the major demographic processes that structure tropical communities; evolution of reproductive strategies; and advancing computational, mathematical and statistical methodology in ecology and biology.