I am a postdoctoral researcher at The University of Alabama with Dr. Jason Pienaar. I explore quantitative tools for studying macroevolutionary patterns, especially phylogenetic comparative methods. I am currently intersted in approaches that account for selective processes, and their use in morphometric studies. I am also interested in the use of Bayesian techniques for incorporating different sources of uncertainty in the analysis of interspecific data, such as in the study of limb coevolution in the order Carnivora. Recently I started learning a lot about tardigrades, a marvelous study system that offers plenty of opportunities for morphometric studies.