Kew's Science Staff

Kew employs more than 200 scientists and benefits from the unpaid services of several dozen Kew-based Research Fellows and Associates, including many former members of staff post-retirement. Here you can read about the individual research interests and activities of Kew scientists and see some of their recent scientific outputs.

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Wilson, Christine E.

College Based Sandwich Course Student, HLAA, Myrtales

Wilson, Siân

Seed cleaning, x-raying, banking, germination testing, accessioning & harvesting of regeneration material.

Woodgyer, Elizabeth

Collections management; floristic & monographic research on Neotropical Melastomataceae and Myrtaceae

Wood, Jeff

Taxonomic research on SE Asian Orchidaceae

Wood, John R. I.

Taxonomy of Acanthaceae (especially Strobilanthes), Labiatae (especially Salvia, Lepechinia); floristics, plant distribution patterns and conservation in Bolivia

Wood, Patricia

Processing and curation of seed bank collections.

Xanthos, Martin

Curation of the herbarium collections for the families within the Commelinids section.

Yao, YiJian

Fungal molecular systematics, biodiversity and ecology; exploitation of medicinal and edible fungi; conservation and sustainable use of fungal resources.

Zappi, Daniela

Developing strategies and methodologies, and publishing information, to promote conservation by using taxonomic information at different levels in the Neotropics, focussing on the Brazilian flora, the Rubiaceae and Cactaceae.

Zmarzty, Sue

Acting Team Leader for Malpighiales team.
Research interest: Phylogeny and taxonomy of Salicaceae (syn. Flacourtiaceae) and Achariaceae sensu lato.

Znaniecka, M. Joanna

Vanderplank, R John R

Cultivation of and research into the taxonomy, morphology and pollination of Passifloraceae

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