I am a new assistant professor at UNH. My research interests lie in how microbial communities and soil chemistry interact to affect ecosystem function. I have recently wrapped up an exciting postdoc at CSIRO in Adelaide, Australia where I learned new tools and tricks using stable isotopes to answer ecological questions. During my Ph.D. at Colorado State University, I got the opportunity to explore the ecology of microorganisms in the Arctic in summer and winter, and fell in love with the system. I am currently developing research projects in native and managed landscapes in New Hampshire, as well as Arctic permafrost. Exciting things ahead!