My research uses theoretical and empirical approaches to address applied problems in fisheries management and marine conservation. My projects span multiple species and places. Currently, I study abalone in Baja California, Mexico and the effects of climate-change refugia on abalone population dynamics with Dr. Giulio De Leo and Dr. Fiorenza Micheli at Hopkins Marine Station. For more details about what I do check out my website:

Professional Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of California Davis (2020)
  • License, Seton Hall University (2009)
  • Bachelor of Science, St Norbert College, Biology (2007)
  • PhD, University of California, Davis, Ecology (2020)
  • MS, Rutgers University, Oceanography (2013)

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