Davin H. E. Setiamarga, Ph. D completed his studies at Tokyo University of Agriculture for a Bachelor Degree and The University of Tokyo for a Master and Doctorate Program. Currently, he works as an associate professor of molecular biology at The National Institute of Technology, Wakayama College after a long journey as a researcher in several institutions, such as The University of California and The University of Tokyo. He also participated in training and internship regarding phylogenetics, genomic, and molecular evolution workshops. The research topics that he is involved in are phylogenomics of the cephalopods, Mitochondrial phylogenomics and molecular paleobiology of Amphibians, Transcriptomics, proteomics, genomics, and molecular evolution analyses of biomineralization genes in conchiferan mollusks, Molecular paleobiology and phylogeny of conchiferan mollusks, etc. His latest scientific articles on molecular phylogeny, changes in sea sludge, and marine species at a remote hotspot have been accepted and published.