Nataly A. Canales


About me

My research focuses on trait evolution to understand the evolutionary processes and biodiversity patterns in medicinal species, scientifically supporting traditional knowledge, to ultimately improve health.

To achieve this, I work with museum collections and modern samples using phylogenomic and chromatographic approaches.

Currently, I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD fellow in the Natural History Museum of Denmark and an early stage researcher in the Plant.ID project. Originally from Peru, where I graduated as BSc. Genetics and Biotechnology, then I moved to China to study a MSc. Bionformatics…