My research melds theory from biogeography, parasitology, demography, conservation, and ecology to explore how various perturbations alter biotic interactions across space and structure communities. Presently, I am studying lemur-parasite networks over gradients of land protection in Madagascar and mammal ecology in West Africa. I strive to be a globally- relevant scientist and promote an atmosphere of inquiry, inclusion, and innovation in my profession. My on-going research is supported by Panthera, National Science Foundation and the UC Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. Thanks for visiting!