Conservation Geneticist-Lab Manager
Fishery Science Department Hagerman Genetics Lab
After ten years working and attending school at the University of Idaho in Moscow, I returned to Southern Idaho where I was raised. I spend my time in the lab optimizing protocols for automated data collection. My primary research project is reproductive success of reconditioned kelt steelhead. When not at work I try to spend my time outdoors, including activities such as rafting, rock climbing, fishing, hunting and, skiing.
- M.S., Fishery Resources, University of Idaho, 2004
- B.S., Fishery Resources, University of Idaho, 1997