Since 2011: PhD Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin - Madison
2011: M.A. Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
2008: D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
I am interested in population dynamics in the context of anthropogenic impacts on threatened species and biodiversity in order to inform the conservation and management of wildlife. Specifically, I would like to use quantitative methods such as metapopulation models, remote sensing, GIS, and ecological modeling to assess the viability of threatened species.
I enjoy listening to the sound of nature, hiking, camping, herping, and being near the water. I love swimming and biking. I also like history, classical music, architecture, and museums.