Daniel Dompreh is a Senior Lecturer at the Department: Silviculture and Forest Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi. He is a graduate of KNUST, University of Cape Coast and University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. His teaching and research works focus on the major topics in Plant Genetics/Plant Breeding, Ecology, Mycology, Entomology, and Conservation Biology. Many of his research works focused on restoration of endangered plant species and climate change effect and management. His research work has resulted in scientific publications in several peer reviewed journals of high standing.
He has teaching and research collaboration with institutions in Ghana and around the world including the University of Aberdeen, Forest Research Institute of Ghana, University of Ghana, Volta River Authority, Ghana Wildlife Society, and Forestry Commission. Currently Dr. Daniel Dompreh, is a Principal Investigator for the three-Year Research on “Improving Conservation status of the critically endangered endemic species Talbotiella gentii in Ghana using In Situ Conservation strategies” funded by the Foundation Franklinia. He is also part of a five-year research on Climate-Smart Cocoa Agroforestry in Ghana funded by Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs with Aarhus University and University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Cocoa Institute of Ghana as partners.