Danielle Claar is a NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on the resilience of imperiled and understudied species in changing tropical and temperate environments. Her work includes conducting research expeditions, using statistical modelling to disentangle large data sets, and implementing genomic and bioinformatic approaches to support conservation decisions.
She is a reproducible research advocate and leads open science initiatives within the Wood Lab at UW. She was also a member of the inaugural OpenScapes cohort. She likes to share her knowledge of reproducibility tools to help colleagues and students do better science in less time.