My research spans the fields of community ecology, population biology, and global change to address community-level patterns and species-specific consequences of shifts in the timing of life history events. I use experimental manipulations, long-term historical data, and observations that take advantage of natural variation in phenology to investigate the effects of climate change-induced shifts in flowering time on plant-pollinator interactions.
I'm currently a postdoctoral fellow in James Thomson's lab in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto. I was previously a postdoctoral fellow in Judith Bronstein's lab at the University of Arizona. I received my Ph.D. in Zoology under the guidance of Anthony Ives at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.