Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Botany of UC Berkeley - public university ranked number 1 in the world and 4 in the World Report rankings: Dr. Daniel Kenneth Harder, he is Professor of Science Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California and University of Missouri, St. Louis, is one of the few PhDs in plant philosophy in the world who continues to work as a postdoctoral fellow. As a scientist passionate about genetics and plant physiology, he has collaborated with other scientists around the world to preserve more than 18,000 plant collections (over 70,000 herb samples), currently He personally maintains more than 8,300 botanical collections, he is also a leading expert in herbal medicine, an expert of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Daniel has a special love for Vietnam and dreams of contributing as much as possible in preserving the world's only and diverse flora ecosystem - Bidoup National Park. Formerly the head of the plant taxonomy investigation team in threatened protected areas in Vietnam, under the National Science Foundation of the US government with a partner of the Federal National Institutes of Health, he is also the Head of the investigation team. National Geographic Society – Grant Package No. 6733-00 - “Plant Inventory of Unlisted Areas in Vietnam”, and also served as Advisor to the City's Natural History Museum. Ho Chi Minh City. As for the water resources of the Mekong River, he is the Director of the Ecosystem Conservation Program of National Forests in the Lower Mekong River, Vietnam. In the US, he is the founder and conservator of Vietnamese plants at the Missouri Botanical Garden, USA.
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