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12/21 106年度「人文社會科學研究倫理教育訓練課程III」

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2018年度 海外學友會推薦扶輪米山獎學金-訪問研究員

方 淑 研究助理


Dr. Shu Fang

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tel: +886-2-2789-9562

Research Assistant
PhD—National Taiwan University, 1998
Research Fields
Evolutionary genetics
Major Research Achievements (2013-2017)
  • We have reported that a regulatory mutation in desaturase 2, known to determine a pheromonal polymorphism in Drosophila melanogaster females, may be one of the many loci underlying the behavioral differences between the Zimbabwe and cosmoplitian races of the species. This mutation is strongly correlated with the mating pattern between the two races of the species which appear to be at the incipient stage of speciation.
Research Interests
  • Genetic analysis of speciation
  • Molecular evolution
    Ongoing projects
    • Genetic dissection of premating isolation in Drosophila (NSC grant)
      Publications (2009-2017)
      1. Shiao, M.-S.1, J.-M. Chang1, W.-L. Fan, M. J. Lu, C. Notredame, S. Fang, R. Kondo*, W.-H. Li*, 2015, “Expression divergence of chemosensory genes between Drosophila sechellia and its sibling species and its implications for host shift”, Genome Biology and Evolution, 7, 2843-2858. (SCI) (IF: 4.098; SCI ranking: 19.9%,21.7%)
      2. Liu, M.1, Q.-D. Zhong1, Y.-R. Cheng, S.-H. Li, S. Fang, C.-E. Pu, H.-W. Yuan*, and S.-F. Shen*, 2015, “The genetic relatedness in groups of joint-nesting Taiwan yuhinas: low genetic relatedness with preferences for male kin”, PLoS One, 10, e0127341. (SCI) (IF: 3.057; SCI ranking: 17.5%)
      3. Chang, C.-C.1, C.-T. Ting1, C.-H. Chang, S. Fang*, and H. Chang*, 2014, “The persistence of facultative parthenogenesis in Drosophila albomicans”, PLoS One, 9: e113275 (* Co-corresponding author). (SCI) (IF: 3.057; SCI ranking: 17.5%)
      4. Shiao M.-S., W.-L. Fan, S. Fang, M.-Y. J. Lu, R. Kondo, and W.-H. Li*, 2013, “Transcriptional profiling of adult Drosophila antennae by high-throughput sequencing”, Zoological Studies, 52: 43. (SCI) (IF: 0.885; SCI ranking: 56.5%)
      5. Langley, C. H.*, K. Stevens, C. Cardeno, Y. C. G. Lee, D. R. Schrider, J. E. Pool, S. A. Langley, C. Suarez, R. Detig-Corbett, B. Kolaczkowski, S. Fang, P. M. Nista, A. K. Holloway, A. D. Kern, C. N. Dewey, Y. S. Song, M. W. Hahn, and D. J. Begun, 2012, “Genomic variation in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster”, Genetics, 192: 533-598. (SCI) (IF: 4.644; SCI ranking: 17.5%)
      6. Fang, S.1*, R. Yukilevich1*, Y. Chen, D. A. Turissini, K. Zheng, I. A. Boussy, and C.-I Wu, 2012, “Incompatibility and competitive exclusion of genomic segments between sibling Drosophila species”, PLoS Genetics, 8: e1002795. (SCI) (IF: 6.661; SCI ranking: 9%)
      7. Cheng, Y.-J.1, S. Fang1, S.-C. Tsaur, Y.-L. Chen, H.-W. Fu, N. H. Patel, and C.-T. Ting*, 2012, “Reduction of germ cells in the Odysseus null mutant causes male fertility defect in Drosophila”, Genes & Genetic Systems, 87: 273-276 (1 Co-first author). (SCI) (IF: 1.339; SCI ranking: 85.5%,84.9%)
      8. Fang S.1, C.-T. Ting1, C.-R. Lee, K.-H. Chu, C.-C. Wang, and S.-C. Tsaur*, 2009, “Molecular evolution and functional diversification of fatty acid desaturases after recurrent gene duplication in Drosophila.”, Molecular Biology and Evolution, 26: 1546-1557. (SCI) (IF: 13.649; SCI ranking: 1.7%,2.4%,4.3%)