I am currently a graduate student at New York University, working in the Molecular Anthropology Laboratory. My research interests include non-human primate genetics and genomics, with an emphasis on bioinformatic techniques for studying primate phylogeny and population genetics.
I am affiliated with:
- the NYU Molecular Anthropology Lab,
- the NYU Department of Anthropology,
- the New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, and
- the Center for the Study of Human Origins.
My current major projects involve the application of next-generation sequencing techniques to questions in primatology, especially those involving hybridization. My focus is on monkeys from the superfamily Cercopithecinae, in particular baboons.