Office/Lab: LSS 304
I am an applied mathematics graduate student interested in the use of mathematical models to study problems in evolutionary biology. My background is in economics and pure mathematics. Since joining the Masel Lab, I've had the opportunity to work on projects related to absolute fitness and the evolution of traits in asexual populations.
- Bertram J, Gomez K, Masel J. (2017) Predicting patterns of long-term adaptation and extinction with population genetics, Evolution 71: 204–214.
- 2014 Paper B. Brzycki, K. Gomez, and B. D. Suceavă, A ladder of curvatures for hypersurfaces in the Euclidean ambient space, Houston J. Math., Vol. 40, No. 4, 2014, pp. 1347-1356.
- Fall 2014 – Spring 2015, Instructor of Record, The University of Arizona