I am interested in the biology and control of medical and urban insect pests. I received my M.S. in entomology from Louisiana State University, where I studied the thermal biology of mosquitoes. My primary role at the Rollins Urban and Structural Entomology Facility is to assist with industry-sponsored projects testing methods for the elimination of economically important insect pests. I also assist graduate students and postdocs with research on population genetics and the biology of social insects.
M.S. Entomology, 2019. Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
B.Sc. Entomology, 2016. University of Delaware. Newark, Delaware
B.Sc. Wildlife Conservation, 2016. University of Delaware. Newark, Delaware