A bit about me…
I am an insect physiologist interested in all things metabolism and mitochondria, and seek to understand how these small, diverse arthropods function in the many environments they inhabit. I completed my PhD in the Sinclair Lab at the University of Western Ontario where I studied the overwintering physiology of the Colorado potato beetle. I am currently a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Williams lab at the University of California Berkeley where I am researching the evolutionary physiology of wing polymorphic crickets.
When I am not poking around the insides of insects, I am a heavy advocate for the creative communication of science. No science is good science unless it is communicated effectively, creatively, and in an exciting way!
Feel free to browse my website to learn more about my research interests, view a sample of my science graphics, and learn some tips for creative science communication.