Barnabas Daru

image-title-here I was born in Kerang, Nigeria, a nice small town located about 54 miles from Jos. In 2007, I obtained my BSc from University of Jos. I later joined the University of Johannesburg in South Africa for my Master’s and PhD. In 2016, I left South Africa for Harvard University where I completed a Harvard University postdoctoral fellowship in collaboration with Charles Davis and Don Pfister, on new uses of herbarium specimens for ecology and evolutionary biology. I lead a collaborative research program in the field of biodiversity research and conservation science with particular expertise in phylogenetics, genomics, and niche modeling of plants (kingdom Plantae). See my Google Scholar profile for updates on our publications.