I am a Ph.D student at the University of Toronto Mississauga working under Dr. Marc Johnson and Dr. Rob Ness. I am currently using urban environments as a large-scale, replicated laboratories to address some fundamental questions in evolutionary biology such as: (1) How repeatable and predictable is evolution? (2) What is the relative importance of stochastic (e.g. genetic drift) and deterministic (i.e. natural selection) processes in structuring patterns of genetic diversity?

Previously, I completed an H.B.Sc. at the University of Toronto Mississauga, completing undergraduate projects with both Marc Johnson and Dr. Peter Kotanen.

On this website you will find descriptions of past and present research, including relevant publications, data, and conference presentations. An updated version of my CV and contact information are also included.