Sensory Morphology and Genomic Anthropology Lab (SMGAL)
I am a biological anthropologist specialized in primatology. My research interests are broadly related to how nocturnal primates navigate and utilize their habitats. I employ field, lab, and desk-based methods to answer questions about movement, morphology, cognition, and conservation.
Currently I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the Sensory Morphology and Genomic Anthropology Lab (SMGAL) at Boston University. In collaboration with Dr. Eva Garrett, I am using 3D models and navigational data to test components of the spatial olfaction hypothesis.