I am a computational biologist with broad interests in infectious disease dynamics, evolutionary biology, and movement ecology. I aim to understand how interactions among individual organisms scale up to generate population-level dynamics through both ecological and evolutionary mechanisms.

 

I was a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Associate at the EEB department at Princeton University from the University of Edinburgh. I work on the comparative analysis of genomic pathogen data using whole genome sequencing to understand the underlying evolutionary processes of bacterial epidemics at the wildlife/livestock interface. For more information, please visit my webpage

 

I am excited to announce that, this fall, I will start a new position as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Infectious Diseases and the Institute of Bioinformatics at the University of Georgia, GA, USA.