I am a freelance Ph.D. researcher, analyst, scientific project manager, and writer with multidisciplinary training and experience in the life and environmental sciences.  My professional interests broadly comprise ecophysiology, public health and policy, and the role of computer and web technologies in improving decision making, public awareness, and civic engagement.

Drawing upon my interdisciplinary experience and applied skills, I offer a modern perspective on the role of data and information science in identifying solutions to contemporary problems.  My objective is to apply my analytical skills toward engaging, impactful projects that make a difference in people’s lives.

I also have a strong interest in Business Analysis and Healthcare IT.  I like to keep my learning curve in an upward trajectory so that I’m always learning something new.  As with many of the advanced skills I have acquired, I am engaged in self-directed learning in these areas of expertise.

For more information, please refer to my online vitae.


My interests are diverse and multidisciplinary, and encompass the following areas.

Health and Life Sciences

  • Human and Comparative Physiology, Environmental Biology
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Humans and non-Human Vertebrates
  • Endocrinology and Endocrine Disruption
  • Reproduction and Reproductive Disruption
  • Ecotoxicology and Chemistry
  • Aquatic and Terrestrial Biology
  • Ecology and Ecosystems Biology
  • Conservation and Environmental Science
  • Fish Biology
  • Herpetology

Public Health Research and Policy Issues

  • Business Analysis and Healthcare IT: implementation of technology and policy to provide adequate solutions to public health issues
  • Patterns of environmental endocrine disruption in human populations as a factor of environmental health
  • Exploration of genetic, environmental, socioeconomic, and cultural factors as determinants of disease

Technology, Culture and Society

  • The role of internet technology in civic engagement, politics, and education
  • Improving access to computer and web technologies for underrepresented demographics in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)
  • The application of open source philosophies to scientific research, collaboration, and communication.

Graduate Research (archived)

A brief overview of my master’s and doctoral graduate work can be found here.