A lot has happened recently! I had a new article accepted in Ecology, and a new manuscript accepted into Functional Ecology. I'm also well on my way to studying the effects of climate change in desert birds and mammals in the Beissinger Lab at UC Berkeley.
I successfully defended my dissertation!
My next chapter was accepted to Ecological Monographs!
Heading to the Highlands Biological Station to continue my research on water loss physiology of Plethodon salamanders.
November 7, 2014
Attention all undergraduates at Clemson University! I am currently looking for budding scientists to join my Creative Inquiry project, Physiological Ecology with Salamanders. Contact me if you are interested.
November 6, 2014
Gearing up for another awesome SICB conference in West Palm Beach, Florida. I will present my most recent findings on "Growing a thick skin: seasonal variation of skin resistance to water loss rates in a lungless salamander" in the Ray Huey Best Student Presentation Competition.
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