Tin Hang (Henry) Hung
I am a Radcliffe Scholar in Plant Sciences reading for a doctorate at the University of Oxford. Restoring our forests is crucial for both mitigating climate change and conserving the biodiversity. However, many trees can hardly track suitable climates and may go extinct or extirpated. My current research incorporates genomic models and climatic scenarios to guide sustainable restoration and conservation of endangered rosewood trees in southeastern Asia. Besides my scholarly work, I worked closely with the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change in Hong Kong and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. I serve in the Events Committee of the British Ecological Society. I completed my undergraduate in Biology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.