Yujing Yan, PhD

Yujing Yan, PhD

Harvard University Herbaria Research Fellow

Harvard University Herbaria


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I am an evolutionary macroecologist with a broad interest in biogeography, phylogenomics, and biodiversity patterns under climate change.

I am now working as a HUH postdoctoral research fellow at the Harvard University Herbaria, studying the diversification and extinction of the tea family (Theaceae). I hope to provide insights for the future of the group by uncovering the past history.

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  • Biogeography
  • Macroevolution
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • PhD in Biodiversity, 2020

    University of Copenhagen

  • MSc in Ecology, 2016

    Peking University

  • BSc in Ecology, 2013

    Peking University

Recent Publications

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(2021). Conserving the Chinese caterpillar fungus under climate change. In Biodiversity and Conservation.

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(2020). Incorporating species distribution model into the red list assessment and conservation of macrofungi: A case study with ophiocordyceps sinensis. In Biodiversity Science (in Chinese).

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(2020). RIP mutated ITS genes in populations of Ophiocordyceps sinensis and their implications for molecular systematics. In IMA Fungus.

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