Jun Zhou

Pan-Pan Jiang

Email:pjiang@oeb.harvard.edu

 

 

 

 

Background

I did my undergraduate at Queen's University, Canada, working with Dr. Adam Chippindale on sexual conflict in fruit flies. In 2007, I moved to Harvard to begin my PhD in the Hartl Lab, and acclimatize to the warm (everything is relative) Bostonian weather.

Research Interests

Y-chromosome

Sexual conflict

Drug resistance in malaria parasite Plasmodium 

Recent Publications

 

Jiang, P., Bedhomme, S., Prasad, N.G., and Chippindale, A.K. 2011. Sperm competition and mate harm unresponsive to male-limited selection in Drosophila: An evolving genetic architecture under domestication. Evolution (in press).

 

Jiang, P., Hartl, DL, and Lemos, B. 2010. Y not a dead end: epistatic interactions between Y-linked regulatory polymorphisms and genetic background affect global gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 186: 1-10. PDF

 

Bedhomme, S., Prasad, NG., Jiang, P., and Chippindale, A. 2008. Reproductive behaviour evolves rapidly when intralocus sexual conflict is removed. PLoS ONE 3: e2187. PDF

Hobbies

I like to use my oven, my trekking backpack, and my piano, and enjoy hobbies that require them. If you know of a hobby that requires all three things, please email me immediately.