Dan joined the lab in October 2022 and plays an integral role in maintaining a portion of the mouse colony while providing research support in the lab.
He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Biology and has since been supporting research on a variety of wildlife across the country. He worked in Alaska conducting productivity research on multiple seabird colonies, in addition to the Adirondack mountains collecting data on the spatial distribution of Snowshoe hare. His studies have taken him from the broad spectrum in the field to understanding the greater intricacies inside living beings.
Outside of work, his biggest passions are health and wellness, backpacking, playing sports, and building quality friendships.