I am  a Lecturer in the Dept. of Biology at Stanford University, where I teach a research-based ecology course. My primary expertise is in community ecology, macroecology and biogeography and my research seeks to understand how multi-species communities vary across space and the ways in which this variation arises from the confluence of ecological processes, geography, and scale. 

I am always interested in forming new research or education-related collaborations in the Bay Area and beyond, so I welcome you to explore this site and contact me about previous projects or new research ideas.



News

My post on my research on lichen functional traits in forest canopies is up on the Oikos blog: check it our here.