I am currently a postdoc in the Salmonid Evolutionary Ecology & Conservation Lab at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. I'm interested in evolutionary ecology, parallel evolution, and most of all, non-parallel evolution, or variation in the direction or magnitude of divergence across populations. Why does the extent of parallelism so often vary across populations and traits? I completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Hendry at McGill University, Montreal. My thesis focused on (non-)parallel evolution in post-glacial fishes, including stickleback, sockeye salmon, pink salmon, and others. My postdoctoral research focuses on the consistency, causes, and consequences of declining size and age at maturity in Pacific salmon. Learn more about some current projects by clicking below.