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I graduated from the University of Puerto Rico in 2021 with a B.S. in Biology. My main research interests revolve around tropical community ecology and the conservation of species experiencing rapid population declines, such as amphibians and birds. Some of my previous work involved assessing the prevalence of avian malaria in bananaquits in urban forests in Puerto Rico. More recently, I studied how collared peccaries served as ecosystem engineers to herpetofauna in Costa Rica. I am currently working with Dr. Kelsey Reider studying how soil nutrient composition affects the biodiversity and abundance of reptiles and amphibians across lowland wet tropical forests in Central and South America.

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