I am an evolutionary ecologist exploring new ways to (1) understand how communities are formed and (2) predict how they will change over time. I completed my PhD with Dr Sonya Clegg and the Griffith University Wildlife Disease Ecology Group. This work blended ideas from disease ecology and biogeography to yield insights into how avian malaria parasites disperse and evolve. Currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland, I am developing computational phylogenetic tools and adapting techniques from statistical network theory to study how parasites interact with their hosts across urban-wildlife gradients. See information about my research on this website and my ResearchGate and GoogleScholar pages.