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My primary research interests include the effects of climate change on echinoderms.

With a background in morphology and ecology of marine invertebrates, I am excited to expand my knowledge by exploring other aspects of invertebrate biology. I have previously been involved with research projects examining morphology and development of sea cucumber organs, chiton morphology, and distribution of corals and sponges in a seagrass bed.

Faculty Advisor: James B. McClintock

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