I’m a postdoc with Dr. Andrew Gillis at the University of Cambridge and Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory. I recently completed my PhD with Dr. Colin Brauner at the University of British Columbia.

I use comparative physiology and evo-devo to explore the evolution of gas and ion homeostasis in animals, and to promote sustainable aquaculture and wild fish conservation. My goal is to better understand how we arrived at our present state of biodiversity and to help protect it for the future.

Check out my research page for project details and my google scholar profile for an updated publication list.