I’m currently a post-doc working at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in the Brodersen Lab. My research uniquely links plant structure and function in the context of environmental change. Broadly, I am developing novel computational and physiological techniques to quantify the biophysical controls of plant-carbon water systems from cell to organism. As a post-doc at Yale University, I am advancing computational techniques for 3D image processing, quantification, and coupled biophysical modeling. By combining these computational techniques with custom physiological and ecological instrumentation, I provide insight into organismal CO2 diffusion and photosynthesis, H2O transport, and carbohydrate metabolism for species across the plant kingdom.