I am an Assistant Research Professor at Duke University in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology. I was previously a Kalbfleisch Postdoctoral Fellow in the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History. I received my PhD from the University of Toronto Scarborough in 2021. I was supervised by Dr. Mary Silcox.
I research the dental morphology of living and extinct mammals including primates and treeshrews. I study dental form as a means of addressing questions of diet, development, and variation. I study aspects of the teeth such as dental topography, enamel thickness, and dental tissue proportions.
Ph.D. University of Toronto Scarborough- Evolutionary Anthropology (2021)
M.A. University of Toronto Scarborough- Evolutionary Anthropology (2017)
B. A. University of Alberta- Honours (2015)