Jen-Pan Huang

JenPan Huang

Jen-Pan Huang


Jen-Pan is an assistant research fellow working in the Biodiversity Research Center at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. He is also a research associate with the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is interested in the history of evolutionary diversification, the genomic basis of convergent and divergent phenotypic evolution, and conservation in Dynastes beetles. In addition to Dynastes beetles, his studies also involve the systematics and evolution in stag beetles (Lucanus), grasshoppers, damselflies, conifers, and lichens.


Jen-Pan Huang

University of Michigan

1089 Ruthven Museums

1109 Geddes Avenue

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1079





Huang J.-P. and Lin C.-P. (2010) Diversification in subtropical mountains: Phylogeography, Pleistocene demographic expansion, and evolution of polyphenic mandibles in Taiwanese stag beetle, Lucanus formosanus. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57:1149–1161.


Lin C.-P., Huang J.-P., Lee Y.-H, and Chen M.-Y. (2009) Phylogenetic position of a threatened stag beetle, Lucanus datunensis (Coleoptera: Lucanidae) in Taiwan and implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics (15 Oct 2009, Online First, doi: 10.1007/s10592-009-9996-8). 


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