I am a graduate student with interests in evolutionary genetics, epigenetics, and wildlife conservation. I am currently a PhD candidate at LMU Munich in Germany researching cuckoo population genetics.
My interests academically are related to how populations evolve and how we can use molecular markers to understand local adaptation and speciation. These themes form the core of my academic research, the details of which you can find in these pages.
As with anyone who loves what they do, finding a good work-life balance can be difficult. I try to spend time backpacking, downhill biking, diving, and shoestring traveling.
You can find my current CV here, and contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.