2021 – Present: Postdoctoral Researcher in the Allan Ecology Lab, Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern, Switzerland.
Researching plant-invertebrate and plant-pathogen interactions and the effects of climate on these relationships across broad geographic scales.

2019 – 2021 Research Assistant in the Big Ecology Lab, UNSW
Assisting in data analysis for publication, field work, laboratory inventory and other tasks.

2019 – 2020: Technical Officer in PlantBank laboratories, Australian Botanic Garden
Running germination and dormancy trials for threatened species and ecological communities’ seeds.


2017-2021: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Biological Sciences The University of New South Wales, Australia
Supervisors: Prof. Angela Moles and Dr. Cathy Offord
Thesis Title: Plant trait responses to climate change

2016: Bachelor of Science (Honours Year Only) The University of New South Wales, Australia
Graduated with a First Class Honours
Supervisor: Prof. Angela Moles
Thesis Title: When do the natives colonise? A field investigation to determine the presence of native Australian flora in novel, disturbed habitats.

2012 – 2015: Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Majoring in Plant Science The University of Sydney, Australia
Graduated with a distinction average.
Completed Advanced Undergraduate research projects in European Honey Bee reproduction and Flannel Flower population biology.