I am a PhD candidate investigating the ecological energetics of climate change for tropical sharks. In other words, I am interested in understanding how and why climate change might affect how sharks perform tasks related to survival and reproduction in environments that are already quite hot. Follow my research in Moorea, French Polynesia through the Physioshark Project on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

My previous research into the ecological physiology of fishes has focused on understanding the energetic costs, physiological stress, and behavioral responses of sharks to capture, including the implementation of bycatch reduction devices.