I am a PhD candidate in Brian Leung's lab at McGill University in Montréal, Canada.

I use computational methods to study invasive species dispersal at the macroecological scale.

I am interested in uncovering broad generalities that emerge across species in spite of their idiosyncrasies, as a consequence of anthropogenic processes.

My current study system is United States forest pests, where human transport (via firewood and analogous mechanisms) leads to unexpected predictive ability across all species simultaneously.