Prof. Ivy Amor F. Lambio is MNH's curator for mosses. She is at present an Assistant Professor 2 at the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

Ivy obtained her MS Botany major in Plant Ecology and minor in Genetics (2007) and BS Biology major in Genetics (1998) from UPLB.

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Analinda is the MNH's curator for pollen. She has a PhD in Botany, MS degree in Environmental Science and BS degree in Biology, all from the University of the Philippines Los Banos.

Analinda is a very active member of the UPLB Bee Program and serves as Honey and Pollen Analyst for various individuals and institutions. She is also an apiary monitor and goes all around the country to monitor bee colonies.

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Prof. Annalee S. Hadsall is MNH's curator for orchids and epiphytes. She is an Assistant Professor 7 at the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

Prof. Hadsall is a plant systematist and has an MS Botany (1985) from UPLB.

Her research interests include morpho-anatomical diversity of indigenous Philippine orchids; biodiversity studies of Mt. Isarog (documentation, conservation); and phytogeographical patterns of epiphytes.

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Dr. Lourdes B. Cardenas is MNH's curator for medicinal plants. Her fields of specialisation includes biotechnology of plant Natural products, pharmaceutical biology/ medicinal plants. She holds the rank of Professor 2 at the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

Lu received her Dr. rer. nat. cum laude (Plant Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Biology), from Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf, Federal Republic of Germany in 1993. She received her MS Botany (1981) and BS Agriculture cum laude (1978) from UPLB.

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Dr. William SM. Gruezo is MNH's curator for composites. He has the rank of Professor 12 at the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

Dr. Gruezo has a PhD in Plant Taxonomy (1988) from The University of Alberta and he is an expert of Biosystematics and Quaternary Environments.

His research interests include biodiversity inventory and assessment of Philippine plants with emphasis on updating conservation status such as endangered species, rare species, threatened/near-extinct species, etc.; collection, evaluation, conservation and documentation of germplasm of wild relatives of agricultural crops (and their ultimate utilization in plant breeding).

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