I am an assistant professor in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (link). My research focuses on freshwater species, communities, and ecosystems. I am particularly interested in preventing and managing species invasions, anticipating and adapting to the consequences of climate change, and understanding how habitat structure and land use change affects ecological processes. I also work with practitioners to evaluate conservation effectiveness from both economic and ecological perspectives. I have a taxonomic specialization in freshwater crayfish, but am broadly interested in the above research areas regardless of study system. For more information, contact me (link) or view my full CV as a PDF (link).
7/4/2016: What big claws you have? Molecular and morphological investigations into the invasive signal crayfish in Japan now online and open access at Ecology and Evolution (link).