I am an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at the University of New Hampshire. A lab website is forthcoming. In the meantime if you are interested in joining the lab, please take a look at my research, teaching, and service interests and activities and feel free to reach out to discuss opportunities.
I am a broadly trained wildlife ecologist whose research is centered around the community ecology of multi-predator, multi-prey systems. Much of my work focuses on the spatial and temporal dimensions of wildlife-environment relationships and trophic interactions. I conduct research in both urban and natural landscapes and am interested in how fundamental ecological processes change over gradients of anthropogenic influence. I also engage in transdisciplinary collaborations focused on complex, ‘wicked’ conservation challenges, which often manifest at the intersection of ecology and human society.