I am an evolutionary biologist, and my main research interests stem from the relationship between form and function. My research has been focused on identifying the macroevolutionary patterns that drive morphological diversity across clades, using various different vertebrate and invertebrate study systems. Recently I have expanded my research to understanding the developmental and genetic bases of phenotypic variation. I use a combination of methods to answer these questions, including morphometrics, comparative methods, and machine learning approaches.
I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Calgary, in Prof Benedikt Hallgrímsson's lab.
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