师资队伍

  • 姓名:吴华
  • 职称:教授
  • 研究领域:动物保护生物学和分子生态学
  • 联系方式:wuhua@mail.ccnu.edu.cn
  • 办公室地址:生科院229室
  • 更多信息:

实验室主页:分子生态学实验室 English

教育经历:

  2001年02月- 2004年06月   浙江大学       博士学位

 1996年09月- 1999年06月   西华师范大学   硕士学位

 1990年09月- 1994年06月   西华师范大学   学士学位

工作经历:

  2018年03月- 2019年02月   加拿大University of Guelph  访问学者

 201609- 201612月   加拿大University of Alberta  访问学者

 200811月至今:华中师范大学 教授

 200707- 200810月   中国科学院动物研究所

 200601- 200706月   中国科学院动物研究所 博士后

 200510- 200512月   英国Cardiff University   访问学者

 199907- 200512月   浙江师范大学   讲师、副教授 

荣誉或奖励:

  201001    教育部自然科学奖二等奖(第3完成人)

主要研究领域:

1、利用生态学和分子生物学的方法和技术手段研究两栖动物表型进化的遗传基础和性别决定机制。

2、利用种群基因组学的方法研究两栖动物的遗传多样性及其空间分布格局的形成机制,为生物多样性的保护提供科学依据。

3、利用宏观和微观相结合的方法研究珍稀濒危动物的资源现状、遗传多样性和受胁因素,为野生动物资源的保护和利用提供理论依据。 

承担科研项目:

1. 国家科技基础性工作专项重点项目课题(2014FY110100-8):武陵山区两栖、爬行动物考察,2014.5-2019.4,主持。

2. 国家科技基础性工作专项重点项目专题(2013FY111500-4-2):罗宵山脉地区北段脊椎动物多样性调查,2013.6-2018.5,主持。

3. 国家自然科学基金(31770405): 拟髭蟾属角质刺性二态的形成及进化的分子机制2018.1-2021.12主持。

4. 国家自然科学基金(31470442): 峨眉树蛙求偶场婚配制度的进化机制,2015.1-2018.12,主持。

5. 国家自然科学基金(31270425):峨眉树蛙配偶选择的进化机制,2013.1-2016.12,主持。 

 

代表性论文:

1. Zhang W, Huang L, Li J, Li Y, Wei S, Cai L, Wu H*. 2019. Transcriptomic analysis of differentially expressed genes in the oviduct of Rhacophorus omeimontis provides insights into foam nest construction. BMC Genomics, 20: 562.

2. Li J, Wei S, Hu M, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2018. Reflection of paleoclimate oscillations and tectonic events in the phylogeography of moustache toads in southern China. Journal of Zoology, 305: 17-26.

3. Zhao M#, Li C#, Zhang W, Wang H, Luo Z, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Wu H*. 2016. Male pursuit of higher reproductive success drives female polyandry in the Omei treefrog. Animal Behaviour, 111: 101-110.

4. Luo Z#, Li C#, Wang H, Shen H, Zhao M, Gu Q, Liao C, Gu Z, Wu H*. 2016. Male-male competition drives sexual selection and group spawning in the Omei treefrog, Rhacophorus omeimontis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70: 593-605.

5. Huang L#, Li J#, Anboukaria H, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2016. Comparative transcriptome analyses of seven anurans reveal functions and adaptations of amphibian skin. Scientific Reports, 6: 24069.

6. Zhang W, Guo Y, Li J, Huang L, Kazitsa EG, Wu H*. 2016. Transcriptome analysis reveals the genetic basis underlying the seasonal development of keratinized nuptial spines in Leptobrachium boringii. BMC Genomics, 17: 978.

7. Li J, Shen H, Wang H, Zhao M, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2016. Diversifying selection is the dominant factor affecting the geographical variation of MHC class II genes in the Omei treefrog. Journal of Zoology, 300: 197-204.

8. Li J#, Zhao M#, Wei S, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2015. Geologic events coupled with Pleistocene climatic oscillations drove genetic variation of Omei treefrog (Rhacophorus omeimontis) in southern China. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 289.

9. Luo Z, Wei S, Zhang W, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. Amphibian biodiversity congruence and conservation priorities in China: Integrating species richness, endemism, and threat patterns. Biological Conservation, 191: 650-658.

10. Luo Z, Hu M, Hong M, Li C, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. Outbreeding avoidance as probable driver of mate choice in the Asiatic toad. Journal of Zoology, 295: 223-231.

11. Zhang W, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. High genetic diversity in the endangered and narrowly distributed amphibian species Leptobrachium leishanense. Integrative Zoology, 10: 465-481.

12. Luo Z, Li C, Wang H, Zhao M, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Wu H*. 2014. Mutual mate choice in the Asiatic toad, Bufo gargarizans, exerts stabilizing selection on body size. Chinese Science Bulletin, 59: 38-45.

13. Zhao M, Wang Y, Shen H, Li C, Chen C, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2013. Evolution by selection, recombination, and gene duplication in MHC class I genes of two Rhacophoridae species. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13: 113. 

   学术兼职:

   中国动物学会两栖爬行动物学分会常务理事、中国野生动物保护协会科学技术委员会委员、湖北省生态学会副理事长、湖北省动物学会常务理事、湖北省第二次陆生野生动物资源调查专家技术委员会组长。

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  Hua Wu

  Title: Ph.D., Professor

  Research Interests: Animal conservation biology and molecular ecology

  E-mail: wuhua@mail.ccnu.edu.cn   

  Resume:

2018.03- 2019.02, Visiting Scholar, University of Guelph, Canada

2016.09-12, Visiting Scholar, University of Alberta, Canada

2008.11-, Professor, Central China Normal University

2007.07-2008.10, Associate Professor, Institute of Zoology, CAS

2006.01-2007.06, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Zoology, CAS

2005.10-12,Visiting Scholar, Cardiff University, UK

1999.07-2005.12, Lecturer, Associate Professor, Zhejiang Normal University

2001.02-2004.06, Ph.D. in Zoology, Zhejiang University

1996.09-1999.06, MSc in Zoology, China West Normal University

1990.09-1994.06, BSc in Biology, China West Normal University

Research Interests:

My research focuses on the genetic basis of phenotypic evolution and the sex determination mechanism in amphibians using methods and technologies of ecology and molecular biology.

We also investigate the genetic diversity across populations and its formation mechanism in amphibians based on methods of population genomics, which offers a scientific basis for biodiversity conservation.

We are also interested in the population status, genetic diversity and threaten factors of endangered animals by combining field surveys and molecular methods, which provides theoretical guidance for the protection and utilization of wildlife resources.

Research Grants

1. Special Foundation for State Major Basic Research Program of China (Grant No.: 2014FY110100-8): Investigation on the diversity of amphibians and reptiles in Wuling mountainous region, China, 2014.5-2019.4, PI.

2. Special Foundation for State Major Basic Research Program of China (Grant No.: 2013FY111500-4-2): Investigation on the diversity of vertebrates in the North region of Luoxiao mountains, China, 2013.6-2018.5, PI.

3. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.: 31770405): The molecular mechanisms for the development and evolution of keratinized spines in Leptobrachium, 2018.1-2021.12, PI.

4. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.: 31470442): The evolutionary mechanisms of lek mating system in the Omei treefrog (Rhacophorus omeimontis), 2015.1-2018.12, PI.

5. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No.: 31270425): The evolutionary mechanisms of mate choice in the Omei treefrog (Rhacophorus omeimontis), 2013.1-2016.12, PI.

Representative Peer-reviewed Publications:

1. Zhang W, Huang L, Li J, Li Y, Wei S, Cai L, Wu H*. 2019. Transcriptomic analysis of differentially expressed genes in the oviduct of Rhacophorus omeimontis provides insights into foam nest construction. BMC Genomics, 20: 562.

2. Li J, Wei S, Hu M, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2018. Reflection of paleoclimate oscillations and tectonic events in the phylogeography of moustache toads in southern China. Journal of Zoology, 305: 17-26.

3. Zhao M#, Li C#, Zhang W, Wang H, Luo Z, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Wu H*. 2016. Male pursuit of higher reproductive success drives female polyandry in the Omei treefrog. Animal Behaviour, 111: 101-110.

4. Luo Z#, Li C#, Wang H, Shen H, Zhao M, Gu Q, Liao C, Gu Z, Wu H*. 2016. Male-male competition drives sexual selection and group spawning in the Omei treefrog, Rhacophorus omeimontis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70: 593-605.

5. Huang L#, Li J#, Anboukaria H, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2016. Comparative transcriptome analyses of seven anurans reveal functions and adaptations of amphibian skin. Scientific Reports, 6: 24069.

6. Zhang W, Guo Y, Li J, Huang L, Kazitsa EG, Wu H*. 2016. Transcriptome analysis reveals the genetic basis underlying the seasonal development of keratinized nuptial spines in Leptobrachium boringii. BMC Genomics, 17: 978.

7. Li J, Shen H, Wang H, Zhao M, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2016. Diversifying selection is the dominant factor affecting the geographical variation of MHC class II genes in the Omei treefrog. Journal of Zoology, 300: 197-204.

8. Li J#, Zhao M#, Wei S, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2015. Geologic events coupled with Pleistocene climatic oscillations drove genetic variation of Omei treefrog (Rhacophorus omeimontis) in southern China. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 289.

9. Luo Z, Wei S, Zhang W, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. Amphibian biodiversity congruence and conservation priorities in China: Integrating species richness, endemism, and threat patterns. Biological Conservation, 191: 650-658.

10. Luo Z, Hu M, Hong M, Li C, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. Outbreeding avoidance as probable driver of mate choice in the Asiatic toad. Journal of Zoology, 295: 223-231.

11. Zhang W, Luo Z, Zhao M, Wu H*. 2015. High genetic diversity in the endangered and narrowly distributed amphibian species Leptobrachium leishanense. Integrative Zoology, 10: 465-481.

12. Luo Z, Li C, Wang H, Zhao M, Gu Q, Gu Z, Liao C, Wu H*. 2014. Mutual mate choice in the Asiatic toad, Bufo gargarizans, exerts stabilizing selection on body size. Chinese Science Bulletin, 59: 38-45.

13. Zhao M, Wang Y, Shen H, Li C, Chen C, Luo Z, Wu H*. 2013. Evolution by selection, recombination, and gene duplication in MHC class I genes of two Rhacophoridae species. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13: 113.