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I am a recent graduate from the University of Washington and currently a lab technician at Friday Harbor Labs. My research focuses on
understanding the evolutionary relationship between form and function across vertebrates. Most of my recent work has used micro-CT scanning
to study the feeding morphology of fishes with unusual diets. However, I also work on the ecomorphology of mainland anole lizards as a continuation of
the work I did during my REU internship at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. In Fall 2020, I will be starting my PhD at George Washington University
in Dr. Sandy Kawano's lab .