I am broadly interested in the evolutionary processes that maintain genetic and phenotypic variation within and among populations. My main research focus is on the striped/unstriped color pattern polymorphism in the Eastern Red-backed Salamander (Plethodon cinereus). Using this system, I aim to gain an understanding of how color morphs are maintained through space and time. In general, I am interested in how species phenotypes vary over spatiotemporal scales.
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Florida Museum of Natural History in the lab of Dr. Robert Guralnick. I am currently working on body size variation in mammals and continuing my work on color polymorphism in Plethodon cinereus.
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