Welcome to my website! I am a postdoctoral research associate at Washington State University in Pullman, working with Andrew Storfer. I completed my PhD at the University of Tasmania, where I was supervised by Scott Carver and Chris Burridge, and was also lucky to have the opportunity to be a visiting scholar in the lab of Chris Funk at Colorado State University. My research focuses on using genomic tools to better understand how the environment shapes ecological and evolutionary interactions between wildlife and their infectious diseases. I feel fortunate to have grown up in Tasmania, Australia, where natural beauty and unique wildlife are abundant and always close by. The banner at the top of this page exemplifies this: the summit of kunanyi / Mount Wellington, from which you can look east over my home town of Hobart, and west across hundreds of kilometres of virtually untouched wilderness. This environment instilled in me a deep appreciation and curiosity of nature. Through my research, I strive to deepen our understanding of how the environmental changes we as humans impose on wildlife influence their ability to persist in the face of threats such as infectious disease.