I am a current graduate student in the Warner Laboratory at Auburn University for a M.Sc Biological Sciences.
I am interested in invasion biology and studying how animals adapt to human-mediated disturbances (i.e. urbanization). My thesis project aims to quantify the effect of maternal nest-site choice on offspring success of the Puerto Rican Crested anole (A. cristatellus ) in urban and forested areas of Miami (USA).
Beyond research, one will probably find me taking photos, scuba diving, watching football (soccer), cooking Thai dishes or traveling! I enjoy spending time in nature and immersing myself into different cultures to appreciate the (bio)diversity of life.
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