Department of Biological Sciences
111 Jordan Hall
Clemson, SC, 29634
I’m a biological anthropologist interested in how microbes can help us understand human evolution, history, and diversity. My research is focused on interactions between bacteria and microbial eukaryotes in diverse host species including humans, non-human primates, and insect disease vectors. To this end I study microbiome samples from modern and archaeological sources. Python programmer and mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Currently a postdoctoral research associate at Clemson University, SC.