2008 – MS - Marine Science - College of William and Mary, School of Marine Science (VIMS)
2004 – BS – Biology – Dickinson College
Sensory Ecology and Ecotoxicology: The overall objective is to use physiological techniques to address questions pertinent to how anthropogenic environmental change (e.g. pollution, coastline development, etc) affects animal health. A sensory system is the primary interface between an organism and the external environment. Perception of this external environment often affect how well organisms interact within an ecosystem. Therefore, I am interested in animal health, sensory systems, and how they adapt to environmental change.