My research uses genetic/genomic data  to infer how habitat changes over time structure populations, species, and communities. I use phylogenetic, landscape and population genetics/genomics, and spatial modeling to investigate the impacts of fluctuating environments on gene flow, diversification and speciation. My work is heavily dependent on field work and museum collections since I work on non-model organisms often in understudied tropical parts of the world.



Habitat Refugia, Climate Change, and BiodiversitySecondary Contact, Hybridization, and Introgression/

Climate Mediated Ecological Speciation / Community Assembly and Disassembly  / Extinction & The Anthropocene / Biological Invasion