My current research interest is examining the arachnid diversity in different land-use types in Ghana; natural forest reserve, semi-natural forest, actively restored forest, open post-mining area, and arable field. As tools to monitor restoration practices in West Africa. I aim to survey Ghana's diverse group of arachnids and use as a reference for West Africa.
I am a PhD candidate in environmental and Resource Management at the Department of Ecology, Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Seftenburg. I hold an MPhil in Entomology from the University of Ghana and a Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science from the University of Bamenda, Cameroon.