About

I am a current graduate student in the Warner Laboratory at Auburn University for a M.Sc Biological Sciences.

My primary interested is invasive biology and animal adaptations to disturbances (i.e. urbanization). My thesis project aims to quantify the effect of maternal nest-site selection on offspring success of the Puerto Rican Crested anole (A. cristatellus) in the urban and forested sites in 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.