I am a postdoctoral associate with Michael Sorenson (Biology, Boston University) and Tim Sackton (Informatics Group, Harvard University). Currently, I'm working on the comparative genomics of avian brood parasitism. I'm new to the world of birds and population genomics, and loving it. My research interests lie in the ecology and evolution of behaviour, coevolutionary arms races, the thermal biology of ectotherms, and the impact of climate change on our world. I have a not-so-secret love of jellyfish and nudibranchs, and a particular fondness for the Pacific Northwest, where I was raised and did the majority of my Ph.D. field work.