Chief Executive Officer
Hebert is a Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of Guelph and a Canada Research Chair in Molecular Biodiversity. Hebert is the founder and Director of the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics and coordinates its linkages with the International Barcode of Life Consortium. Hebert first developed DNA barcoding, and his scientific publications have received over 100K citations.
Chief Scientific Officer
Hollingsworth is Director of Science and Deputy Keeper at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. He is also an Honorary Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a Visiting Professor of the University of Edinburgh, and a Visiting Professor of the University of Johannesburg.
Radulovici began working on urban biodiversity and managing protected areas during her BSc and MSc studies in Romania. She soon became interested in adopting DNA barcoding to investigate biodiversity patterns. For her Ph.D., she was among the first to barcode marine crustaceans across Canada’s oceans. She then moved to the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics at the University of Guelph, which hosts the International Barcode of Life Consortium. She has worked in data management, as a research scientist, and on outreach and capacity-building projects, and is interested in science communication and knowledge mobilization.
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The International Barcode of Life Consortium is a research alliance undertaking the largest global biodiversity science initiative: create a digital identification system for life that is accessible to everyone