I am a biomechanist and evolutionary biologist at Harvard University where I am currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology

My research focuses on the evolution of human anatomy and physiology to understand the competing selection pressures that have shaped our biology in the context of modern health. My work combines biomechanical modeling, controlled lab experiments, evidence from the fossil record, and field studies of humans around the world to explore the origins and function of human biological variation.