I am currently an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Queen's University in Kingston, ON, collaborating with Drs. Bill Nelson and Troy Day and Dr. Ed McCauley at the University of Calgary. I study the ecological and evolutionary interactions between hosts and parasites, using both theory and experiments with the charismatic microfauna Daphnia magna. During my dissertation in the lab of Aaron King at the University of Michigan, I studied the evolution of life history and behavior in response to predation risk. Please see my Research page for more details on my current and past research, and my Publications page for the resultant published work.