I study the evolution using experimental genetics and genomics in model organisms. The main focus of my research is spontaneous mutations: the rate they occur, their impact on the genome, and their sex-specific effects on fitness. I’m also interested in epistasis, sexually antagonistic coevolution, the evolution of anisogamy, and the role of mutations in population persistence and range limits.

I am currently a Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Zoology and the Biodiversity Research Centre at the University of British Columbia, under the supervision of Sally Otto and Mike Whitlock. My postdoctoral research has also been supported by postdoctoral research fellowships from NSERC and the Killam Foundation.

I completed my PhD in 2014 in the Agrawal Lab in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto.

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