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Ya-Ping Zhang   China Ph.D. Genetics Zoology  
Title Deputy president, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Principle Investigator
Phone +86 871 65130513
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E-mail zhangyp@mail.kiz.ac.cn
Address Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences No. 32 Jiaochang Donglu, Kunming, Yunnan, 650223, P.R.China
Zip Code 650223
 
   Education and Appointments:

Deputy president, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

Distinguished Professor, Yunnan University. 

Vice director of Chinese Society of Genetics; vice director of Chinese Society of Zoology. 

Member of Biodiversity Committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

Vice director of Chinese Anthropology and Ethnology Committee. 

Vice director of the 14 th Bioscience and Medicine Academic Divisions Executive Committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

Member of IUCN/SSC Primate and Lagomorpha Specialist Group. 

Vice Editor-in-chief of Genome Biology and Evolution, Animal Genetics. 

Editorial Board of Human Molecular Genetics, Scientific Reports. 

Curriculum vitae 

    2012? Deputy president, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    2007  Academician of Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS)

    20052012  Director, Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences

    2003 Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Distinguished Professor, Yunnan University

    19962006  Director, Laboratory of Livestock and poultry Molecular biology of Yunnan Province

    19962005  Vice Director, Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences

    19952000  Professor & Director, Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Evolution, Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

    19921995  San Diego Zoo, Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species (CRES) Postdoctoral fellow

    19911992  Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, China Assistant Professor

    19861991  Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, China Ph.D. Genetics Zoology

    19821986  Fudan University, Shanghai B.S. Biochemistry

  Professional Services
Distinguished Professor, Yunnan University. Vice director of Chinese Society of Genetics; Vice director of Chinese Society of Zoology. Member of Biodiversity Committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Vice director of Chinese Anthropology and Ethnology Committee. Vice director of the 14 th Bioscience and Medicine Academic Divisions Executive Committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Member of IUCN/SSC Primate and Lagomorpha Specialist Group. Editorial Board of Animal Genetics, Acta Genet. Sinica, Zoological Research, Hereditas, Cell Research, Chinese Biodiversity, Progress in Nature Science, Acta Zoologica Sinica, Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica.
   Research Interests:

Molecular evolution and genome biodiversity. Investigations involve five correlated areas: genome diversity and adapt ive evolution; origin of domestic animals and artificial selection; human & animls genetics and evolution. 

  • Genome diversity and adaptive evolution 

Integrated with habitat and behavioral data, we investigate genomic variation, how (and why) the variations are selected , and the evolutionary forces underlying adaptation. Explore the fate of duplicate genes, how novel gene functions, new gene pathways, and gene networks evolved. 

  • Origin of domestic animals and artificial selection 

Our studies into the origin and genetic diversity of economically important domestic animals identify their unrecorded history. Genomic comparisons elucidate the genetic bases of domestication, and discover changes in genes or genomic elements that contribute to domestication. 

  • Human & animals genetics and evolution 

We use DNA sequence data to reconstruct the pre-history of modern humans and the evolutionary relationships of species, and to investigate the population genetic structure of selected important species. In addition, we probe the genetic causes underlying specific human traits and major diseases, explore changes in morphology, ecology, physiology, and behavior, as well as the mechanisms of speciation and macroevolutionary biogeography.

  Supported Projects:

1. Major Project from National Natural Science Foundation of China “Studies of evolution and cryptic diversity of standard genes of DNA Barcoding in animals” 2011.1201.12 

2. Project from National Natural Science Foundation of China “Origin of genetic novelties in genomes and their significance in the evolution and adaptation of animals” 2014.1?2016.12 

3. National 973 Project “Genetic and genomic evolution mechanisms of important domesticates under artificial selection” 2013.1-2017.8 

- Subproject “Genetic and Genomic basic of phenotype evolution in dogs” 

- Subproject “Evolution mechanism of artificial selection in pigs, cattle and chickens” 

4. Project from Ministry of Agriculture “Identification and cloning of important functional genes in domesticated animals based on artificial selection analyses” 

5.  The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences “Innovative system of Molecular Module designed breeding” 2013.8?2018.7 

— Subproject “Development and improvement of molecular breeding base of swine in southeastern China.”

  Public Services:
  Honors:

Biodiversity Leadership Awards, Bay and Paul Foundations, USA, 2002 

Pace-setter for Young Scientists & Technologies of China, the Government of China, 1994 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, First Grade, 1996(Molecular evolution of genus Macaca) 

The 3rd Prizes for Young Scientists of China, the Government of China, 1996 

Natural Science Prizes of China, Third Grade, 1997(Cellular and Molecular Evolution of endemic and rare animals in China) 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, First Grade, 2001(Study on the biology of Yunnan Snub-nosed monkey) 

May 4th Youth Medal of China, 2004 

Prizes for Innovation of Life Sciences(Conference of Global Chinese biological scientist), 2004 

Ho Leung Ho Lee Prize for Science and Technology, Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation, 2004 

Prizes of Outstanding Contribution for Science & Technologies of Yunnan Province, 2005 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, First Grade, 2005(Mitochondrial Genomic Diversity and History of Human Population in East Asia) 

Natural Science Prizes of China, Second Grade, 2006(Mitochondrial Genomic Diversity and History of Human Population in East Asia) 

ChangJiang River Scholar Accomplishment Award, First Grade, 2006 

The 2th Achievement Award for Life Sciences of Tan Jiazhen, 2009 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, First Grade, 2010(Molecular Phylogeny of Eutheria (Placental Mammals) 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, Top Grade, 2013(Genome Diversity and Evolution of Asian) 

Natural Science Prizes of Yunnan Province, First Grade, 2013(Molcular mechanism of adaptive evolution of animals)

  Selected Publications:

1.     Liu YH, Wang L, Xu T, Guo XM, Li Y, Yin TT, Yang HC, Hu Y, Adeola AC, Sanke OJ, Otecko NO, Wang M, Ma YP, Charles OS, Sinding MHS, Gopalakrishnan S, Samaniego JA, Hansen AJ, Fernandes C, Gaubert P, Budd J, Dawuda PM, Rueness EK, Jiang LB, Zhai WW, Gilbert MTP, Peng MS, Xiaopeng Qi XP*, Wang GD*, ZhangYP*. Whole-genome sequencing of African dogs provides insights into adaptations against tropical parasites. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2018, 35: 287-298.  IF14.558

2.     Wang MS, Otecko NO, Wang S, Wu DD, Yang MM, Xu Y, Murphy RW, Peng MS*, Zhang YP*. An evolutionary genomic perspective on the breeding of dwarf chickens. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2017, 34:3081-3088. IF14.558

3.     Wang MS, Zeng Y, Wang X, Nie WH, Wang JH, Su WT, Otecko NO, Xiong ZJ, Wang S, Qu KX, Yan SQ, Yang MM, Wang W, Dong Y*, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Draft genome of the gayal, Bos frontalis. Giga science,  2017, 6(11):1-7. IF10.644

4.     Zeng L, Ming C, Li Y, Su LY, Su YH, Otecko NO, Liu HQ, Wang MS, Yao YG, Li HP, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Rapid evolution of genes involved in learning and energy metabolism for domestication of the laboratory rat. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2017, 34:3148-3153.  IF14.558

5.     Zeng L, Ming C, Li Y, Su LY, Su YH, Otecko NO, Dalecky A, Donnellan S, Aplin K, Liu XH, Song Y, Zhang ZB, Esmailizadeh A, Sohrabi SS, Nanaei HA, Liu HQ,Wang MS, Atteynine SA, Rocamora G, Brescia F, Morand S, Irwin DM, Peng MS, Yao YG, Li HP*, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Out of southern East Asia of the brown rat revealed by large scale genome sequencing. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2017, doi:10.1093/molbev/msx276. IF14.558

6.     Li Y, Wang MS, Otecko NO, Wang W, Shi P, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Hypoxia potentially promotes Tibetan longevity. Cell Research, 2017, 27(2):302-305.  IF12.393

7.     Yu L*, Wang GD, Ruan J, Chen YB, Yang CP, Cao X, Wu H, Liu YH, Du ZL, Wang XP, Yang J, Cheng SC, Zhong L, Wang L, Wang X, Hu JY, Fang L, Bai B, Wang KL, Yuan N, Wu SF, Li BG, Zhang JG, Yang YQ, Zhang CL, Long YC, Li HS, Yang JY, Irwin DM, Ryder OA, Li Y, Wu CI*, Zhang YP*. Genomic analysis of snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus) identifies genes and processes related to high-altitude adaptation. Nature Genetics. 2016, 48:947.

8.     Li HP, Xiang-Yu JG, Dai GY, Gu ZL, Ming C, Yang ZF, Ryder OA, Li WH*, Fu YX*, Zhang YP*. Large numbers of vertebrates began rapid population decline in the late 19th century. PNAS. 2016, 113:14079-14084.

9.     Shen QK, Sulaiman X, Yao YG, Peng MS*, Zhang YP*. Was ADH1B under Selection in European Populations? Am J Hum Genet. 2016, 99:1217-1219.

10.   Wang GD, Zhai WW, Yang HC, Wang L,  Zhong L, Liu YH, Fan RX, Yin TT, Zhu CL, Poyarkov AD, Irwin DM, Hytonen MK, Lohi H, Wu CI, Savolainen P, and Zhang YP*. Out of southern East Asia: the natural history of domestic dogs across the world. Cell Research. 2016,26:21-33.

11.   Wang GD, Peng MS, Yang HC, Savolainen P, Zhang YP*. Questioning the evidence for a Central Asian domestication origin of dogs. PNAS. 2016, 113:E2554-E2555.

12.   Wang MS, Zhang RW, Su LY, Li Y, Peng MS, Liu HQ, Zeng L, Irwin DM, Du JL, Yao YG, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Positive selection rather than relaxation of functional constraint drives the evolution of vision during chicken domestication. Cell Research. 2016, 26: 556-573.

13.   Wang MS, Huo YX, Li Y, Otecko NO, Su LY, Xu HB, Wu SF, Peng MS, Liu HQ, Zeng L, Irwin DM, Yao YG, Wu DD*,  Zhang YP*. Comparative population genomics reveals genetic basis underlying body size of domestic chickens. J Mol Cell Biol. 2016, 8(6):542-552.

14.   Wang GD, Zhai WW, Yang HC, Wang L, Zhong L, Liu YH, Fan RX, Yin TT, Zhu CL, Poyarkov AD, Irwin DM, Hyt?nen MK, Hannes Lohi H, Wu CI, Savolainen P*, Zhang YP*. Out of southern East Asia: the natural history of domestic dogs across the world. Cell Research, 2016, 26:21-33.

15.   Wang MS, Li Y, Peng MS, Zhong L, Wang ZJ, Li QY, Tu XL, Dong Y, Zhu CL, Wang L, Yang MM, Wu SF, Miao YW, Liu JP, Irwin DM, Wang W, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Genomic analyses reveal potential independent adaptation to high altitude in Tibetan chickens. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2015, 32:1880-1889.

16.   Peng MS, Shi NN, Yao YG, Zhang YP*. Caveats about interpretation of ancient chicken mtDNAs from northern China. PNAS, 2015, 112:E1970-E1971.

17.   Peng MS, Fan L, Shi NN, Ning T, Yao YG, Murphy RW, Wang WZ*, Zhang YP*. DomeTree: a canonical toolkit for mitochondrial DNA analyses in domesticated animals. Molecular Ecology Resources, 2015, 15:1238-1242.

18.   Bai B, Zhao WM, Tang BX, Wang YQ, Wang L, Zhang Z, Yang HC, Liu YH, Zhu JW, Irwin DM, Wang GD*, Zhang YP*. DoGSD: the dog and wolf genome SNP database. Nucleic Acids Research, 2015, 43:D777-D783.

19.   Liu HQ, Wei JK, Li B, Wang MS, Wu RQ, Rizak JD, Zhong L, Wang L, Xu FQ, Shen YY*, Hu XT*, Zhang YP*. Divergence of dim-light vision among bats (order: Chiroptera) as estimated by molecular and electrophysiological methods. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5.

20.   Shao Y, Li JX, Ge RL, Zhong L, Irwin DM, Murphy RW, Zhang YP*. Genetic adaptations of the plateau zokor in high-elevation burrows. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5.

21.   Zhou ZY, Li AM, Wang LG, Irwin DM, Liu YH, Xu D, Han XM, Wang L, Wu SF, Wang LX*, Xie HB*, Zhang YP*. DNA methylation signatures of long intergenic noncoding RNAs in porcine adipose and  muscle tissues. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5.

22.   Ge RL, Cai QL, Shen YY, Murphy RW, Wang J, Zhang YP*, Wang J*. Draft genome sequence of the Tibetan antelope. Nature Communications, 2013, 4.

23.   He L, Wu WJ, Yang JK, Cheng H, Zuo XB, Lai W, Gao TW, Ma CL, Luo N, Huang JQ, Lu FY, Liu YQ, Huang YJ, Lu QJ, Zhang HL, Wang L, Wang WZ, Wang MM, Xiao SX, Sun Q, Li CY, Bai YP, Li H, Zhou ZC, Zhou FS, Chen G, Liang B, Qi J, Yang XY, Yang T, Zheng X, Sun LD, Zhang XJ, and Zhang YP*. Two new susceptibility loci 1q24.2 and 11p11.2 confer risk to severe acne. Nature Communications 2014, 5.

24.   Li Y, Wang GD, Wang MS, Irwin DM, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Domestication of the Dog from the Wolf Was Promoted by Enhanced Excitatory Synaptic Plasticity: A Hypothesis. Genome Biology and Evolution, 2014, 6:3115-3121.

25.   Li Y, vonHoldt BM, Reynolds A, Boyko AR, Wayne RK, Wu DD*, Zhang YP*. Artificial selection on brain-expressed genes during the domestication of dog. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2013,30(8):1867-76.

26.   Li Y, Wu DD, Boyko AR, Wang GD, Wu SF, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*. Population Variation Revealed High-Altitude Adaptation of Tibetan Mastiffs. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2014, 31(5):1200–1205.

27.   Liu J, Wang XP, Cho S, Lim BK, Irwin DM, Ryder OA, Zhang YP*, Yu L*. Evolutionary and Functional Novelty of Pancreatic Ribonuclease: a Study of Musteloidea (order Carnivora). Scientific Reports, 2014, 4.

28.   Luo J, Gao Y, Ma W, Bi XY, Wang SY, Wang J, Wang YQ, Chai J, Du R, Wu SF, Meyer A, Zan RG, Xiao H, Murphy RW, Zhang YP*. Tempo and mode of recurrent polyploidization in the Carassius auratus species complex (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae). Heredity, 2014, 112:415-427.

29.   Shi NN, Fan L, Yao YG, Peng MS*, Zhang YP*. Mitochondrial genomes of domestic animals need scrutiny. Molecular Ecology, 2014, 23:5393-5397.

30.   Wang GD, Xie HB, Peng MS, Irwin D, and Zhang YP*. Domestication Genomics: Evidence from Animals. Annual Review of Animal Biosciences, 2014,2:65-84.

31.   Wang GD, Zhai WW, Yang HC, Fan RX, Cao X, Zhong L, Wang L, Liu F, Gao Y, Lv XM, Irwin DM, Savolainen P, Wu CI*, Zhang YP*. The genomics of selection in dogs and the parallel evolution between dogs and humans. Nature Communications, 2013,4:1860.

32.   Zhou ZY, Li AM, Adeola AC, Liu YH, Irwin DM, Xie HB*, Zhang YP*. Genome-Wide Identification of Long Intergenic Noncoding RNA Genes and Their Potential Association with Domestication in Pigs. Genome Biology and Evolution, 2014, 6:1387-1392.

33.   Li JT, Li Y, Klaus S, Rao DQ, Hillis DM, Zhang YP*: Diversification of rhacophorid frogs provides evidence for accelerated faunal exchange between India and Eurasia during the Oligocene. PNAS, 2013, 110(9): 3441-3446.

34.   Murphy RW, Crawford AJ, Bauer AM, Che J, Donnellan SC, Fritz U, Haddad CFB, Nagy ZT, Poyarkov NA, Vences M, Wang WZ, Zhang YP*: Cold code: the global initiative to DNA barcode amphibians and nonavian reptiles. Molecular Ecology Resources 2013, 13(2): 161-167.

35.   Yan F, Zhou WW, Zhao HT, Yuan ZY, Wang YY, Jiang K, Jin JQ, Murphy RW, Che J*, Zhang YP*. Geological events play a larger role than Pleistocene climatic fluctuations in the genetic structure of the montane stream-dwelling frog Quasipaa boulengeri (Anura: Dicroglossidae) in southern China. Molecular Ecology 2013, 22: 1120–1133.

36.   Che J, Chen HM, Yang JX, Jin JQ, Jiang K, Yuan ZY, Murphy RW, Zhang YP*: Universal COI primers for DNA barcoding amphibians. Molecular Ecology Resources 2012, 12(2): 247-258.

37.   Chen R, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*: Differences in selection drive olfactory receptor genes in different directions in dogs and wolf. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2012, 29(11): 3475-3484.

38.   Ji LD, Qiu YQ, Xu J, Irwin DM, Tam SC, Tang NL, Zhang YP*: Genetic adaptation of the hypoxia-inducible factor pathway to oxygen pressure among Eurasian human populations. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2012, 29(11): 3359-3370.

39.   Jin W, Wu DD, Zhang X, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*: Positive selection on the gene RNASEL: correlation between patterns of evolution and function. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2012, 29(10): 3161-3168.

40.   Shen YY, Liang L, Li GS, Murphy RW, Zhang YP*: Parallel evolution of auditory genes for echolocation in bats and toothed whales. PloS Genetics 2012, 8(6): e1002788.

41.   Zhou WW, Wen Y, Fu JZ, Xu YB, Jin JQ, Ding L, Min MS, Che J, Zhang YP*: Speciation in the Ranachensinensis species complex and its relationship to the uplift of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Molecular Ecology 2012, 21(4): 960-973.

42.   Gao JJ, Pan XR, Hu J, Ma L, Wu JM, Shao YL, Barton SA, Woodruff RC, Zhang YP*, Fu YX: Highly variable recessive lethal or nearly lethal mutation rates during germ-line development of male Drosophila melanogaster. PNAS, 2011, 108(38): 15914-15919.

43.   Kong QP, Sun C, Wang HW, Zhao MA, Wang WZ, Zhong L, Hao XD, Pan H, Wang SY, Cheng YT, Zhu CL, Wu SF, Liu LN, Jin JQ, Yao YG, Zhang YP*: Large-scale mtDNA screening reveals a surprising matrilineal complexity in East Asia and its implications to the peopling of the region. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2011, 28(1): 513-522.

44.   Sun YB, Shen YY, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*: Evaluating the roles of energetic functional constraints on teleost mitochondrial-encoded protein evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2011, 28(1): 39-44.

45.   Wu DD, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*. De novo origin of human protein-coding genes. PloS Genetics 2011, 7(11): e1002379

46.   Yu L, Luan PT, Jin W, Ryder OA, Chemnick LG, Davis HA, Zhang YP*: Phylogenetic utility of nuclear introns in interfamilial relationships of Caniformia (Order Carnivora). Systematic Biology 2011, 60(2):175-187.

47.   Bawa KS, Koh LP, Lee TM, Liu JG, Ramakrishnan PS, Yu DW, Zhang YP, Raven PH: China, India, and the environment. Science 2010, 327(5972): 1457-1459.

48.   Che J, Zhou WW, Hu JS, Yan F, Papenfuss TJ, Wake DB, Zhang YP*: Spiny frogs (Paini) illuminate the history of the Himalayan region and Southeast Asia. PNAS, 2010, 107(31): 13765-13770.

49.   Peng MS, Quang HH, Dang KP, Trieu AV, Wang HW, Yao YG, Kong QP, Zhang YP*: Tracing the Austronesian footprint in Mainland Southeast Asia: a perspective from mitochondrial DNA. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2010, 27(10):2417-2430.

50.   Shen YY, Liang L, Zhu ZH, Zhou WP, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*: Adaptive evolution of energy metabolism genes and the origin of flight in bats. PNAS2010, 107(19): 8666-8671.

51.   Wu DD, Zhang YP*: Positive selection drives population differentiation in the skeletal genes in modern humans. Human Molecular Genetics 2010, 19(12): 2341-2346.

52.   Yu L, Jin W, Wang JX, Zhang X, Chen MM, Zhu ZH, Lee H, Lee M, Zhang YP*: Characterization of TRPC2, an essential genetic component of VNS chemoreception, provides insights into the evolution of pheromonal olfaction in secondary-adapted marine mammals. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2010, 27(7): 1467-1477.

53.   Yu L, Wang XY, Jin W, Luan PT, Ting N, Zhang YP*: Adaptive evolution of digestive RNASE1 genes in leaf-eating monkeys revisited: new insights from ten additional colobines. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2010, 27(1): 121-131.

54.   Zhang DR, Chen MY, Murphy RW, Che J, Pang JF, Hu JS, Luo J, Wu SJ, Ye H, Zhang YP*: Genealogy and palaeodrainage basins in Yunnan Province: phylogeography of the Yunnan spiny frog, Nanorana yunnanensis (Dicroglossidae). Molecular Ecology 2010, 19(16): 3406-3420.

55.   Zhong L, Zhang YP, Fu WP, Dai LM, Sun C, Wang YQ: The Relationship between GSTP1 I105V polymorphism and COPD: a reappraisal. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2010, 181(7): 763-765

56.   Pang JF, Kluetsch C, Zou XJ, Zhang AB, Luo LY, Angleby H, Ardalan A, Ekstrom C, Skollermo A, Lundeberg J,Matsumura S, Leitner T, Zhang YP*, Savolainen P: mtDNA data indicate a single origin for dogs South of Yangtze River, less than 16,300 years ago, from numerous wolves. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2009, 26(12): 2849-2864.

57.   Shen YY, Shi P, Sun YB, Zhang YP*: Relaxation of selective constraints on avian mitochondrial DNA following the degeneration of flight ability. Genome Research 2009, 19(10): 1760-1765.

58.   Wu DD, Wang GD, Irwin DM, Zhang YP*. A profound role for the expansion of trypsin-like serine protease family in the evolution of hematophagy in mosquito. Molecular Biology and Evolution 2009, 26(10): 2333-2341.

59.   Zhao M, Kong QP, Wang HW, Peng MS, Xie XD, Wang WZ, Jiayang, Duan JG, Cai MC, Zhao SN, Cidanpingcuo, Tu YQ, Wu SF, Yao YG, Bandelt HJ, Zhang YP*: Mitochondrial genome evidence reveals successful Late Paleolithic settlement on the Tibetan Plateau. PNAS2009, 106(50): 21230-21235.

  Research Team:

Researchers

Dr. Robert W. Murphy, Visiting Professor

Dr. David Irwin, Visiting Professor

Dr. Yun Gao, Associate Professor; gaoy@mail.kiz.ac.cn

Dr. Dong-Dong Wu, Associate Professor

Dr. Min-Sheng Peng, Associate Professor

Dr. Guo-Dong Wang, Associate Professor, wanggd1983@gmail.com

Dr. Hai-Bing Xie, Assistant Professor, resian@263.net

Dr. Rui Chen, Assistant Professor

Ms. Jing He, Assistant Professor, he_jing2006@hotmail.com

Mr. Yun-Fei Ma, Resarch Assistant

 

Technicians

Ms. Shi-Fang Wu; Ms. Chun-Ling Zhu; Mr. Peng-Biao Yang; Mr. Wei-Feng Hao; Ms Yu-Ping Yao

 

Postdoctoral Fellows

Dr. Jia-Tang Li2009; Dr. Chuan-Jiang Zhou, 2011; Dr. Yan Li, 2012; Dr. Lin-Dan Ji, 2012; Dr. Gang Ni, 2013

 

Graduate Students

SY Wang; HC Yang; F Yan; HQ Liu; L Liang; ZY Yuan; J Liu; ZY Zhou; X Cao; MS Wang; F Liu; Y Yang; XM Han; Y Shao; HB Xu; D Xu; LQ Ye; L Zeng;

TT Yin; CP Huang; NN Shi; YX Huo; YM Wang; MD Lu; Y Yao; Nguyen Ngoc Sang; Adeola Adeniyi Charles

 
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