My research is mainly focused on the regulators of reproductive longevity, regarding both novel genes and relation to known pathways.
I attended Rutgers University as an undergraduate. Reproductive fitness provides a multitude of research ends, such as fecundity, temporal viability, resource allocation, and progeny quality. The degree to which these factors are zero-sum or additive has perhaps the most utility as an avenue of exploration.
As for myself, you'll rarely find me without some podcast playing. My interests include basketball, weight training, and the films of Pasolini. That, and keeping a ravenous dog out of the cat food.