My current research interests include understanding how environmental and cultural stressors effect metabolism, total energy expenditure and behavior in children from different populations with varying energetic resources.
I've worked as a research assistant at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles in the marine invertebrate and mammalogy labs. I've also conducted research on the Laetoli “Site A” fossilized hominin footprints as a graduate student.
M.S. in Integrative Anatomical Sciences, University of Southern California
B.A. in Environmental Science and Health, University of Southern California
In my spare time, I enjoy skateboarding, iced coffee and brunch.