I am a PhD candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, advised by Simon A. Levin. My principal research interests are mathematical biology and eco-evolutionary dynamics. In particular, I use mathematical models to study how the evolution of RNA viruses is shaped by ecological processes within and between hosts. Additional interests include developing Bayesian statistical methods for ecology and evolution research, and studying the historical contingency – or directedness – of adaptive evolution.
PhD Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2020 (expected)
MPhil Applied Biological Anthropology, 2014
University of Cambridge
BA Ethics, Politics, & Economics, 2011