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University of Toronto Mississauga
The University of Toronto Mississauga is currently home to over 14,000 undergraduate students, 740 graduate students, more than 3,000 full- and part-time employees as well as over 57,000 alumni.
My research applies machine learning and statistics to large-scale problems in the fossil record. My ultimate goal is to improve our understanding of the complexities of ecosystem change. This will help us plan for ecological changes occurring in our modern environment and inform future conservation policy.
I’m extremely grateful to donors who support my research at the University of Toronto Mississauga and make my research-related travel possible. You have enabled me to study the fossil coral reefs of Anticosti Island in Québec and test my findings at the Gerace Research Center in The Bahamas.
Through generous gifts from donors like you, I have been able to directly test my modelling in the field, which is critical to my continued success. Thank you for your support. Often when doing research like mine, unexpected connections develop, which dramatically increase the possibility for unforeseen solutions to come to light that could create a better world.
(PhD Earth Sciences, 2020)