I'm a behavioral and evolutionary ecologist, currently a postdoctoral researcher in Paul Shamble’s Lab at Harvard University. My research interests include animal coloration & patterns, signals and behavior with an emphasis on anti-predator adaptations. I experimentally test the function of signals and behavior based on natural observations from the field using integrative and interdisciplinary approaches. I currently work on visual signals, cognition and anti-predator behavior of jumping spiders (Salticidae) and find myself constantly mind-blown by their perceptual and cognitive abilities.
Check out this website for more information about ongoing (to be updated soon!) and past research and feel free to reach out if you have any questions!