Welcome! I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University studying the evolution and ecology of infectious diseases. I’ll be starting in January 2019 as an assistant professor at the University of Virginia.
I’m interested in how host populations evolve in response to parasites, and vice versa. These interests have led me to investigate exciting things like coevolution, sex, virulence, and speciation. I focus on natural host-parasite interactions – like the sterilizing trematodes of tiny snails and the sterilizing fungi of flowering plants – but I also make time for the laboratory beast Caenorhabditis elegans. Here you’ll find updates on my research, my publications, and teaching resources I’ve developed, among other things.