About Me

This is what I do.

I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Biology Dept., University of New Mexico. My background includes zoology, forest ecology, ecological modeling, statistics, environmental impact analysis, and programming.

As an adjunct I work on a variety of research projects of my own, and assist other faculty in their research. I also advise graduate students on experimental design and data analysis. I'm currently exploring machine learning methods as a tool for analyzing ecological data. When department funds are available (rarely), I teach a graduate course in Biological Statistics with R.