Emily Sandall

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Postdoctoral Associate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Area of Interest: 
Functional Morphology and Mechanics, Biodiversity, and Distributional Traits of Dragonflies and Damselflies
I am interested in the functional morphology and mechanics, biodiversity, and distributional traits of dragonflies and damselflies. My methods typically combine specimen-based analysis and digital biodiversity data to synthesize trait data to identify ecological and evolutionary patterns in Odonata. I am also passionate about public engagement with science, particularly through museums and outreach. I earned my PhD in Entomology at Penn State University, where my research explored the biology, evolution, and natural history of clubtail dragonflies.