I am an applied mathematician with a strong interest in spatial ecology. My primary research focus is on understanding the consequences of dispersal on biological populations under the effects of habitat fragmentation. With my collaborators, I construct mathematical models, explore their distinctive features through mathematical analysis using nonlinear analysis and computational tools, and parameterize these models with data from empirical experiments to study the spatial-temporal dynamics of biological populations.

18
March
2020

The journal article, "Frequency of Occurrence and Population-Dynamic Consequences of Different Forms of Density- Dependent Emigration," is published in the American Naturalist.