I was born and raised in Manchester, NH. I came to Missoula for graduate school in exercise science at the U of M where I was a research assistant at the Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism (WPEM). Research studies were aimed at strategies for safety and human performance in varying hostile environments. From there, my interests extended out to the effects of exercise—not only in general health and well-being, but its place in medicine for aiding in disease prevention and management.
I’m so happy to call Missoula my home. In my spare time, I enjoy skiing, road/mountain biking, trail running, the outdoors and traveling.