Hello! I am a population, community, and chemical ecologist! I combine observational and manipulative field and laboratory experiments, analytical chemistry, and demographic modeling to explore the causes and consequences of variation in plant-animal and insect-microbe mutualisms across space and time. I am particularly interested in understanding how mutualisms are affected by global change, as well as how organisms balance the need to attract mutualists with the need to defend themselves against antagonists. I love teaching and mentoring students and actively advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the sciences.
Please visit my Google Scholar page for a current list of my publications. For additional information, read more About Me, check out my Curriculum Vitae, or watch a recording of a recent seminar I gave about my research.