I am a disease ecologist, and teach Biology at Wheaton College. My research interests focus on how disease transmission changes as humans alter landscapes. Here I have compiled information for my students, and for those interested in the research that I conduct with my students.
My primary research interest is transmission dynamics of diseases in changing landscapes. – see my research page for more information.
Introduction to Organisms, Populations, and Ecosystems (BIOL241)
General Ecology (BIOL351)
Introduction to Biological Research (BIOL252)
Populations and Evolution (BIOL316)
Public Health and Nutrition (BIOL381)
Wheaton College Science Station – I teach Ecology in the Black Hills of South Dakota each summer