Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica

Dr. Jen-Pan Huang Assistant Research Fellow

Lab PI

Dr. Jen-Pan Huang

Assistant Research Fellow

Ph University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

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Office: Interdisciplinary Research Building for Science and Technology C308


Research Fields
  • Systematics
  • Conservation
  • The interface between Microevolutionary and Macroevolutionary processes

Research Directions

(1) Speciation and integrative species delimitation.

(2) The prevalence and consequence of genetic interchange between evolutionary units (gene flow and genetic introgression).

(3) Phylogeography, Biogeography, and the interface.

(4) Conservation and the genetic and phenotypic consequences of biological invasion.


Latest published paper

期刊論文 ( 2016 - 2021 )

  1. White Dawson M, Huang Jen-Pan, Jara-Muñoz Orlando Adolfo, MadriñáN Santiago, Ree Richard H, Mason-Gamer Roberta J, 2021, “The Origins of Coca: Museum Genomics Reveals Multiple Independent Domestications from Progenitor Erythroxylum gracilipes”, Systematic Biology, 70(1) 1-13. (SCIE) (IF: 8.523; SCIE ranking: 8.2%) Link
  2. Autumn Kendra, Barcenas-Peña Alejandrina, Kish-Levine Samantha, Huang Jen-Pan*, Lumbsch H. Thorsten, 2020, “Repeated Colonization Between Arid and Seasonal Wet Habitats, Frequent Transition Among Substrate Preferences, and Chemical Diversity in Western Australian Xanthoparmelia Lichens”, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8. (SCIE) Link
  3. Keuler Rachel, Garretson Alexis, Saunders Theresa, Erickson Robert J., St. Andre Nathan, Grewe Felix, Smith Hayden, Lumbsch H. Thorsten, Huang Jen-Pan, St. Clair Larry L., Leavitt Steven D.*, 2020, “Genome-scale data reveal the role of hybridization in lichen-forming fungi”, Scientific Reports, 10(1),1497. (SCIE) (IF: 4.122; SCIE ranking: 18.8%) Link
  4. Huang Jen‐Pan, 2020, “Is population subdivision different from speciation? From phylogeography to species delimitation”, Ecology and Evolution, 10(14), 6890-6896. (SCIE) (IF: 2.34; SCIE ranking: 41.3%,61.2%) Link
  5. Morgan Brett, Huang Jen-Pan, 2020, “Isolation by geographical distance after release from Pleistocene refugia explains genetic and phenotypic variation in Xylotrupes siamensis (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)”, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. (SCIE) (IF: 2.685; SCIE ranking: 9.6%) Link
  6. Friedman Nicholas R., Lecroq Bennet Beatrice, Fischer Georg, Sarnat Eli M., Huang Jen‐Pan, Knowles L. Lacey Knowles, Economo Evan P., 2020, “Macroevolutionary integration of phenotypes within and across ant worker castes”, Ecology and Evolution, 10, 9371-9383.. (SCIE) (IF: 2.34; SCIE ranking: 41.3%,61.2%) Link
  7. Huang Jen-Pan, Hill JoVonn G., Ortego Joaquín, Knowles L. Lacey, 2020, “Paraphyletic species no more – genomic data resolve a Pleistocene radiation and validate morphological species of the Melanoplus scudderi complex (Insecta: Orthoptera)”, Systematic Entomology, 45(3) 594-605. (SCIE) (IF: 4.237; SCIE ranking: 24.5%,3.1%) Link
  8. Fischer Georg, Friedman Nicholas R., Huang Jen-Pan, Narula Nitish, Knowles L. Lacey, Fisher Brian L., Mikheyev Alexander S., Economo Evan P., 2020, “Socially Parasitic Ants Evolve a Mosaic of Host-Matching and Parasitic Morphological Traits”, Current Biology, 30(18) 3639-3646.e4. (SCIE) (IF: 9.251; SCIE ranking: 10%,5.8%) Link
  9. Widhelm Todd J., Grewe Felix, Huang Jen‐Pan, Ramanauskas Karolis, Mason‐Gamer Roberta, Lumbsch H. Thorsten, 2020, “Using RADseq to understand the circum‐Antarctic distribution of a lichenized fungus, Pseudocyphellaria glabra”, Journal of Biogeography. (SCIE) (IF: 4.154; SCIE ranking: 14.3%,18.1%) Link
  10. Jen-Pan Huang*, 2019, “Holocene Population Decline and Conservation Implication for the Western Hercules Beetle, Dynastes grantii (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae)”, Journal of Heredity, 110(5),629-637. (SCIE) (IF: 2.574; SCIE ranking: 51.9%) Link
  11. Huang Jen-Pan*, Kraichak Ekaphan, Leavitt Steven D., Nelsen Matthew P., Lumbsch H. Thorsten, 2019, “Accelerated diversifications in three diverse families of morphologically complex lichen-forming fungi link to major historical events”, Scientific Reports, 9(1). (SCIE) (IF: 4.122; SCIE ranking: 21.4%) Link
  12. Widhelm Todd J., Grewe Felix, Huang Jen-Pan, Mercado-Díaz Joel A., Goffinet Bernard, Lücking Robert, Moncada Bibiana, Mason-Gamer Roberta, Lumbsch H. Thorsten, 2019, “Multiple historical processes obscure phylogenetic relationships in a taxonomically difficult group (Lobariaceae, Ascomycota)”, Scientific Reports, 9(1). (SCIE) (IF: 4.122; SCIE ranking: 21.4%) Link
  13. Economo Evan P., Huang Jen-Pan, Fischer Georg, Sarnat Eli M., Narula Nitish, Janda Milan, Guénard Benoit, Longino John T., Knowles L. Lacey, 2019, “Evolution of the latitudinal diversity gradient in the hyperdiverse ant genus Pheidole”, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 28(4), 456-470. (SCIE) (IF: 5.958; SCIE ranking: 3.1%) Link
  14. Yang Lihua, Kong Hanghui, Huang Jen-Pan, Kang Ming, 2019, “Different species or genetically divergent populations? Integrative species delimitation of the Primulina hochiensis complex from isolated karst habitats”, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 132, 219-231. (SCIE) (IF: 4.412; SCIE ranking: 23.1%) Link