I am a conservation geneticist, epigeneticist and fierce proponent of science education. My research interests lie broadly in population genetics, epigenetics, genomics and bioinformatics, and the application of these research fields in species conservation. I received my PhD in 2016 from the University of Arizona where I studied population genetics of captive-bred pronghorn. Wanting for a change in scenery, I have relocated to Canberra, Australia, where I am currently working at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). At the CSIRO, I am working to unlock historical genetic and epigenetic data from museum specimens.