This semester, I’m teaching Statistics in R, a graduate-level course I’ve constructed with the help and insight of some truly amazing people! Excited to be on this academic adventure through R with some eager learners.
As part of my PhD research, I am investigating how the introduction and later removal of mammalian predators on islands affects genetic diversity of seabirds. I am working with museums to understand these potential genetic consequences.
I was selected as an early career grant recipient from the National Geographic Society! These funds will support my PhD research and enable me to further examine how seabirds recover after invasive mammalian predators have been removed from islands in New Zealand.