PhD Candidate, Davis Rabosky Lab
Museum of Zoology;
Reptiles and Amphibians
My research focuses on the ecophysiology and evolution of color in squamates. I am most interested in investigating the "invisible" roles of color; that is, how snakes use color outside the visible light spectrum and how these colors affect ecological interactions and thermal ecology. I also use a combination of CT scanning and radiography to study sea snake diets.