Graduate Research Assistant
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Brian McGill
Office Location: Deering Hall 304, University of Maine
Biographical Statement: I am originally from New York, where I spent much of my childhood years exploring the marine environment of Long Island’s Great South Bay. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from Brown University, where I studied Environmental Science focused on Conservation Science and Policy. At Brown, I worked with Dr. Dov Sax on a senior thesis project investigating tree species’ range dynamics and dispersal syndromes in the United States. After graduation, I spent two years working in the Sax Lab as a Research Assistant, continuing to pursue my interests in ecology, biogeography, and conservation biology before finding myself here at The University of Maine. At UMaine, I work with Dr. Brian McGill studying macroecology and biogeography while pursuing my PhD in Ecology and Environmental Sciences.