Dr. Gulzar Khan，he is a molecular ecologist with background in population genetics, phylogenetics, speciation, biodiversity and conservation. He began my career as a plant systematists & taxonomist and moved into molecular ecology, mainly working on speciation, biodiversity and conservation utilizing tools from next generation phylogenetics, and population genetics combined with ecological niche modeling. My research integrates knowledge of genetic diversity into conservation strategies. Previous research projects include accessing hybridization and introgression in some Melocactus species from eastern Brazil to see their effects on conservation by using ddRAD-seq protocol, population genetic structure in an microendemic and threatened cactus species from eastern Brazil, taxonomic challenges posed by a naturally fragmented system in microendemic cactus species, and molecular phylogenetics and comparative Phylogeography of Spiroides (Rosaceae) found on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. He is committed to research about next generation biogeography, population genetics, evolution, and Phylogenomics to contribute towards conservation issues.
Rehman Ullah,To become a part of a dynamic group where he could further explore the skills and Capabilities which I gained in the whole academic career, and to serve in a challenging work environment. To conduct research in interdisciplinary area of life sciences (Nanophytomedicine, Nano-PGRs, phytochemistry and molecular genetics).
Prof. Dr. Siraj Ud Din ,department of Botany, University of Peshawar completed my PhD form Quaid-E-Azam university, Islamabad, Pakistan and currently involved in different research and teaching activities. Main research interests are Biosystematics and plant Taxonomy, Biodiversity, Conservation of natural biological resources of Pakistan and western Himalaya of Pakistan. During PhD he was involved in plant taxonomy and to conserve the ethno-medicinal folk knowledge. Recently main concern is to explore the biodiversity of Pakistan and the compounds found in ethno-medicines used for hundreds of years by the local people and tribes.
Gulzar Khan, Faqi Zhang, Gao Qingbo, Pengcheng Fu, Zhang Yu, Chen Shilong. 2018. Spiroides reaction to Pliocene and Pleistocene climatic oscillation: Comparative phylogeography of Spiraea alpina and Spiraea mongolica (Rosaceae) in Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau and adjacent areas. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 123: 137–148.
Rehman Ullah, Siraj ud Din, Sumaira Shah and Zahir Muhammad. 2014. Pharmacological evaluation of Euphorbia helioscopia L. and Euphorbia hirta L. International Journal of Biosciences (IJB). 4(1):20-26.
Rehman ullah, Muhammad Ibrar, Sumaira Shah and Ishfaq Hameed. 2012. Phytotoxic, Cytotoxic and insecticidal activities of Calendula arvensis L. E3 Journal of Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Research. 3 (6):104-111.
Sirajuddin, Habib Ahmad, Mohammad Rahman and Sajidul Ghafoor. 2005. Floristics and Natural Resources of Mount Eelum swat. International Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Medical Journal. Vol. 2(2), pp, 271-277.
Sirajuddin and Mir Ajab Khan 2004. Traditional Use of Medicinal Herbs for Gastrointestinal Disorder in Maidan Valley. Proceedings of International workshop of Medicinal and Aromatic plants of Pakistan Islamabad.pp.137-145.