Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University

My research focuses on how species interact with each other (e.g., predation, competition, mutualism) and how these interactions are affected by the abiotic environment (e.g., temperature, precipitation, wind). Much of my research is motivated by our uncertainty in how climate change affects natural systems. I particularly enjoy designing and conducting manipulative experiments in the lab and in the field to explicitly test hypotheses about how climate change will affect species and their interactions within food webs.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University