Research Assistant, Friedman Lab
1300 Centre Street
Boston, MA 02131
BS in Biology with Environmental Studies and Spanish minors, Haverford College
As a research assistant in the Friedman Lab, I study the reproductive development of conifers, as well as various other plant morphological questions.
During my undergraduate thesis work in the Wilson Lab at Haverford College, I explored the distinct leaf microbial communities of native and invasive Phragmites australis for insight into biocontrol methods. More broadly, I am curious to study how plants are responding and adapting to anthropogenic climate change and am fascinated by the sheer biodiversity of plant life around us.