My research focuses on the application of genetic techniques to the study of wildlife populations and their conservation. I am broadly interested in dispersal, connectivity, population structure and landscape genetics of a variety of vertebrate species, including vernal pool-breeding amphibians. My current amphibian research includes population and landscape genetic studies of wood frogs and spotted salamanders in managed and undisturbed forest landscapes as well as suburban landscapes in northern New England.
Ph.D. in Zoology 1998 from North Carolina State University.
Current position: Research Assistant Professor of Natural Resources at the University of New Hampshire.
Research Assistant Professor of Natural Resources
G87 Rudman Hall
46 College Rd
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824