I combine archaeology and biogeochemistry to investigate changes in diet, mobility, and settlement systems in the period spanning the end of the last ice age to the arrival of farming.

I am an active advocate of open access publishing and online data and research sharing and am co-editor-in-chief of the journal Open Quaternary. I also co-founded and moderate the blog TrowelBlazers, which highlights women in the fields of archaeology, paleontology, and geology.

Education
PhD, University of Cambridge, UK, 2012
MPhil, University of Cambridge, UK, 2009
BSc, Rutgers University, USA, 2008
Personal Interests
I enjoy being outdoors and frequently go hiking, camping, and swimming with my family. I also love to travel-luckily, I get to visit a lot of places through my work. I have been to 25 countries and just over half of the US.
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