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My research is focused on the evolution and ecology of the gut microbiome in various lemurs. In particular, I'm interested in how folivory shapes host-microbiome dynamics over narrow and deep timescales.
Marine Science And Conservation (NSOE)
I research the growth of marine microalgae for biotechnological applications.
Nicholas School of the Environment
My research focuses on quantifying and analyzing the biological networks of information held in forest communities, and using that information to forecast how intensifying anthropogenic disturbances like logging, hunting, and climate change affect tropical forest structure, diversity, and function.