Graduate Research Asst
Jordan Hall Rm. 4153
I am an M.S. student in the Marine Ecology and Conservation lab under the supervision of Dr. Dave Eggleston. My primary research focus is on the drivers of larval dispersal in deep-sea methane seep ecosystems. My interests include, but are not limited to: larval dispersal, isotope migration ecology, deep-sea community ecology, habitat composition/characterization, and broadly conservation ecology.
B.S., Biological Oceanography, North Carolina State University (2018)