My research interests focus on the use of digital technology to expand natural history museum practices and improve scientific infrastructure in the natural sciences. I am also interested in data management, modern specimen preparation and conservation, and mechanical and digital fossil preparation.
Current Research Projects
Connecting specimens and their derivative data in the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab's Navajo Nation Collection
Ruppenthal Student Travel Award - American Society of Primatologists (2011)
Undergraduate Mentor, Students Raising Students, Jackson School of Geosciences (2014 - Present)
Connecting specimens and their derivative data in the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab's Navajo Nation Collection, Jackson School of Geosciences Research Symposium, Austin, TX (2014)
Foraging assistance in wild golden lion tamarins and its anthropological implications (poster), South Carolina Anthropology Student Conference, Columbia, SC (2011)
Caretaker contributions to foraging behavior in young golden lion tamarins in the Uniao Reserve, RJ, Brazil, American Society of Primatologists, Austin, TX (2011)