I am a veterinary epidemiologist and scientific consultant/contractor. I am interested in applied research that uses ecological theory to understand and solve health problems at the human-livestock-wildlife interface. I work in diverse systems from effects of urbanization on white ibis gastrointestinal microbes to control of rabies in wildlife with oral vaccination.
I am always interested in collaborative opportunities to apply my epidemiologic skills to new research questions or consulting projects. I enjoy working with kind people on meaningful projects that advance environmental stewardship, wildlife conservation, animal health, public health, and health equity.
I am also available to students considering science careers outside of academia who are seeking mentorship or assistance with networking.